come out to

come out to (someone or something)

1. To equal a certain amount. In this usage, "to" is followed by a total or other terms related to numbers or money. My medical bills have come out to such a high number that I don't know how I will pay them.
2. To reveal a personal secret, typically one's homosexuality, after having kept it hidden. Once you come out to your parents, you will be very relieved.
See also: come, out

come out to

an amount Go to come out at an amount.
See also: come, out
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For everyone you come out to, don't sit them down and hold their hand--just tell it like it is.
On the very first Coming Out Day, I learned never to come out to a close relative in a moving vehicle.
I believed it was about the ratings because I felt that ABC would have never let Ellen come out to begin with if they had a problem with it.
A few months after the pub incident, I decided to come out to my parents.