1. To come into sight or view.
2. To come into being or existence, or appear on the scene; SYN. come along.
3. To seem to be true, probable, or apparent; SYN. seem.
4. To present oneself formally, as before a (judicial) authority.
5. To be issued or published, as of news in a paper, a book, or a movie; SYN. come out.
6. To appear as a character on stage or appear in a play, etc..
1 To come into public view; make a public appearance
2. To become evident
3. To declare oneself especially in public utterance
4. To turn out in an outcome; end up
5. To make a debut
6. To openly declare one's homosexuality
7. To openly declare something about oneself previously kept hidden — often used with as
8. When information becomes known to the public, it comes out.
9. To come forth or out; SYN. pop out.
10. When flowers or leaves start to grow, they come out.
11. When clouds move and the sun becomes visible, it comes out.
12. When people with authority and influence come out for or come out in favor of people or things, they publicly announce support for them. When people with authority and influence come out against people or things, they publicly announce opposition to them.
come out of / ˈkəm ˈaʊt ʌv /
1. When people or things leave a place, room, or house that you are not in, they come out of it.
2. When something comes out of a certain place or area, it starts there.
3. When things or people go through an experience or treatment, the condition they are left in by that experience or treatment or the result of that experience or treatment is how they come out.
4. When dirt or a stain is removed by cleaning, it comes out or comes out of what it is in.