bring (someone or something) out of (somewhere or someone)(redirected from bring one out of)
bring (someone or something) out of (somewhere or someone)
1. To entice someone or something to emerge from a place or thing. I think this generous salary offer will bring Fred out of retirement. You can try using food to bring that scared cat out of hiding. Do you think there's anything we can do to bring Beth out of her funk?
2. To entice someone to say something, often something of a secretive nature. I even offered money in an attempt to bring that gossip out of her!