bring out (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb bring out (2).

Meaning: to make a quality in someone or something show itself

For example:

  • bring out sth The herbs really help to bring out the flavour of the fish.

  • bring sth out I love watching adults have fun at amusement parks. These places bring the child out in all of us.

Quick Quiz:

The reason we are such good friends is that we bring out the

a. best in each other

b. worst in each other

c. faults in each other

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