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bring out something

phrasal verb with bring  us   /brɪŋ/ verb [T] (past tense and past participle brought  /brɔt/ )
  • (PRODUCE A QUALITY)

to produce a particular quality: Sometimes a crisis brings out the best in people. The right lighting can bring out the beauty in a room.

bring out something

phrasal verb with bring  us   /brɪŋ/ verb [T] (past tense and past participle brought  /brɔt/ )
  • (PRODUCE FOR SALE)

to produce something for people to buy: The greeting-card company is bringing out a new line of Mother’s Day cards.
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