come out

come out
1) (emerge) [person, animal, vehicle] venire fuori, uscire (of da); [star] apparire; [sun, moon] spuntare, sorgere

he came out of it rather well — fig. ne è uscito abbastanza bene

2) (originate)

to come out of — [person, song] venire da; [news report] provenire da

the money will have to come out of your savings — il denaro dovrà essere preso dai tuoi risparmi

3) (result)

to come out of — [breakthrough] venire da

something good came out of the disaster — venne fuori qualcosa di buono dal disastro

4)

to come out (on strike) — entrare, scendere in sciopero

5) (fall out) [contact lens, tooth] cadere; [plug] staccarsi; [contents] uscire fuori

his hair is coming out — cominciano a cadergli i capelli

6) (be emitted) [water, smoke] (fuori)uscire (through da)
7) (wash out) [stain] venire via, andare via (of da)
8) (be issued) [magazine, novel, film, product] uscire
9) (become known) [feelings] manifestarsi; [details, facts, truth] venire fuori, sapersi; [results] uscire
10) fot. tip. [photo, photocopy] riuscire
11) (end up)

to come out at 200 dollars — [cost, bill] ammontare a 200 dollari

the jumper came out too big — la maglia risultò troppo grande

12) (say)

to come out with — venir fuori con [excuse]; uscirsene con [nonsense]

whatever will she come out with next? — e adesso con cosa se ne uscirà fuori?

to come straight out with it — dirlo subito

* * *
1) (to become known: The truth finally came out.) venire alla luce
2) (to be published: This newspaper comes out once a week.) uscire
3) (to strike: The men have come out (on strike).) entrare in sciopero
4) ((of a photograph) to be developed: This photograph has come out very well.) venire (bene o male)
5) (to be removed: This dirty mark won't come out.) togliersi
* * *
vi + adv
(person, object) uscire, (flower) sbocciare, (sun, stars) apparire, (news: esp scandal) essere divulgato (-a), (truth) saltare fuori, (book, film, magazine) uscire, essere pubblicato (-a), (qualities: show) rivelarsi, mostrarsi, (stain) andare via, (strike) entrare in sciopero

to come out of sth — uscire da qc

we came out of the cinema at 10 — siamo usciti dal cinema alle dieci

her book comes out in May — il suo libro esce a maggio

none of my photos came out — non è venuta nessuna delle mie foto

it's bound to come out in the newspapers — apparirà senz'altro sui giornali

he came out in a rash — gli è venuto uno sfogo

the dye has come out of your jumper — il tuo maglione è scolorito

to come out on strike — entrare in sciopero, fare sciopero

to come out against sth — dichiararsi decisamente contrario (-a) a qc

you never know what he is going to come out with next! fam — non si sa mai con cosa verrà fuori la prossima volta!

* * *
1) (emerge) [person, animal, vehicle] venire fuori, uscire (of da); [star] apparire; [sun, moon] spuntare, sorgere

he came out of it rather well — fig. ne è uscito abbastanza bene

2) (originate)

to come out of — [person, song] venire da; [news report] provenire da

the money will have to come out of your savings — il denaro dovrà essere preso dai tuoi risparmi

3) (result)

to come out of — [breakthrough] venire da

something good came out of the disaster — venne fuori qualcosa di buono dal disastro

4)

to come out (on strike) — entrare, scendere in sciopero

5) (fall out) [contact lens, tooth] cadere; [plug] staccarsi; [contents] uscire fuori

his hair is coming out — cominciano a cadergli i capelli

6) (be emitted) [water, smoke] (fuori)uscire (through da)
7) (wash out) [stain] venire via, andare via (of da)
8) (be issued) [magazine, novel, film, product] uscire
9) (become known) [feelings] manifestarsi; [details, facts, truth] venire fuori, sapersi; [results] uscire
10) fot. tip. [photo, photocopy] riuscire
11) (end up)

to come out at 200 dollars — [cost, bill] ammontare a 200 dollari

the jumper came out too big — la maglia risultò troppo grande

12) (say)

to come out with — venir fuori con [excuse]; uscirsene con [nonsense]

whatever will she come out with next? — e adesso con cosa se ne uscirà fuori?

to come straight out with it — dirlo subito


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