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Translation of "come out" - English-Turkish dictionary

come out

phrasal verb with come     /kʌm/ verb ( past tense came, past participle come)
BECOME AVAILABLE
B1 If a book, record, film, etc comes out, it becomes available for people to buy or see. çıkmak, yayınlanmak, piyasaya çıkmak, basılmak When does their new album come out?Available and accessiblePresent
SUN
B1 If the sun, the moon, or a star comes out, it appears in the sky. (güneş, ay, yıldız) ortaya çıkmak, doğmak, gözükmek Appearing and disappearing
BECOME KNOWN
to become known ortaya çıkmak, anlaşılmak, öğrenilmek, bilinmek The truth about him will come out in the end.Revealing secrets and becoming known
SOCIAL EVENT UK
to go somewhere with someone for a social event biriyle katılmak/gitmek, biriyle bir davete gitmek, ilk defa bir toplantıya katılmak Would you like to come out for a drink?Being, becoming friends and getting to know someone
RESULT
If you describe how something comes out at the end of a process or activity, you say what it is like. olmak, bir şeye benzemek, sonuç vermek How did your chocolate cake come out?Coming to an endCausing something to end
INFORMATION
If results or information come out, they are given to people. duyurulmak, açıklanmak, bilgi verilmek, ilan edilmek The exam results come out in August.Announcing, informing and stating
BE REMOVED
If dirt or a mark comes out of something, it disappears when you clean it. (leke) çıkmak, yok olmak Will this red wine stain come out?Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general words
PHOTOGRAPH
If a photograph comes out, the picture can be seen clearly. basılmak, resim oluşmak, resimlerin net ve iyi basılması The photos didn't come out very well.Photography
BE SAID
If something that you say comes out in a particular way, you say it in that way. (istenmeden) çıkmak, söylenmek, ifade edilmek I wanted to tell her that I loved her, but it came out all wrong.Saying and utteringSaying again
TELL
to tell people that you are homosexual (= sexually attracted to people of the same sex) (hemcinsine ilgi duyduğunu) açık açık söylemek, açıklamak, ne olduğunu bildirmek Relating to sexual preferenceRevealing secrets and becoming known
come out against/in favour of sth
to say publicly that you oppose or support somethingExpressing and asking opinionsRemarks and remarkingControlling emotions
(Definition of come out from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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