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adverb, preposition (MADE PUBLIC)
被公开
 
 
/aʊt/ informal
(of information) no longer kept secret
(信息)公开的(地),泄露的(地)
You can't hide your gambling any longer - the secret's out.
你无法再隐瞒自己赌博的事了——这个秘密已经泄露出去。
Revealing secrets and becoming known
(of a gay person) not keeping their sexual preferences a secret
(同性恋者)公开性取向(的)
She's been out for three years.
她公开称自己是同性恋已经有3年了。
Don't let his sister know he's gay, because he hasn't come out to his family yet.
不要让他姐姐知道他是个同性恋,因为他还没有跟家人说起这事儿。
Relating to sexual preference
(Definition of out adverb, preposition (MADE PUBLIC) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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