Translation: from spanish

to come out

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  • Come Out and Play (song) — Come Out and Play Single by The Offspring from the album Smash …   Wikipedia

  • come out — {v.} 1. {Of a girl:} To be formally introduced to polite society at about age eighteen, usually at a party; begin to go to big parties, * /In society, girls come out when they reach the age of about eighteen, and usually it is at a big party in… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come out — {v.} 1. {Of a girl:} To be formally introduced to polite society at about age eighteen, usually at a party; begin to go to big parties, * /In society, girls come out when they reach the age of about eighteen, and usually it is at a big party in… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Come out Ye Black and Tans — (sometimes Black and Tan ) is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, the British paramilitary police auxiliary force in Ireland during the 1920s. The song was written by Dominic Behan as a tribute to his father Stephen, often… …   Wikipedia

  • Come Out — may refer to: Come Out (Reich), a music piece by Steve Reich Coming out, disclosing one s homosexuality or bisexuality. Come Out , a song by Camper van Beethoven from New Roman Times Come Out Youth Arts Festival, held annually in Adelaide, South… …   Wikipedia

  • Come Out and Play — may refer to: Come Out and Play (song), a song by the Offspring Come Out and Play (Twisted Sister album), an album by Twisted Sister Come Out and Play (Kim Wilde album), a 2010 album by Kim Wilde This disambiguation page lists articles associated …   Wikipedia

  • come out — intransitive verb Date: 13th century 1. a. to come into public view ; make a public appearance < a new magazine has come out > b. to become evident < his pride came out in his refusal to accept help > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • come out for — {v. phr.} To support; declare oneself in favor of another, especially during a political election. * /Candidates for the presidency of the United States are anxious for the major newspapers to come out for them./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come out for — {v. phr.} To support; declare oneself in favor of another, especially during a political election. * /Candidates for the presidency of the United States are anxious for the major newspapers to come out for them./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come out in the open — {v. phr.} 1. To reveal one s true identity or intentions. * /Fred finally came out in the open and admitted that he was gay./ 2. To declare one s position openly. * /The conservative Democratic candidate came out in the open and declared that he… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come out with — {v. phr.} 1. To make a public announcement of; make known. * /He came out with a clear declaration of his principles./ 2. To say. * /He comes out with the funniest remarks you can imagine./ …   Dictionary of American idioms


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