come out with


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal.
Related to come out with: awaited, reinvigorated, outlined, scrutinised, overhyped, took over

come out with something

 
1. to publish something. When are you going to come out with a new edition? The publisher decided not to come out with the book.
2. to express or utter something. He came out with a strong dissenting opinion. It was over an hour before the president came out with an explanation.
See also: come, out

come out with

Also, come right out with.
1. Put into words; speak frankly. For example, He always comes right out with the truth, or She can always come out with a pun. The first term dates from the mid-1400s, the variant from the second half of the 1800s.
2. Make public, publish, as in I don't know why they're coming out with yet another biography of Truman. [Late 1500s]
See also: come, out

come out with

1. To put into words; say: always comes out with the truth.
2. To reveal publicly: came out with a new tax package.
See also: come, out