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 to someone, typically one's non-heterosexuality, 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.
Despite her initial reaction, Cher has become supportive of Chastity, and in the show Coming Out With Cher And Chas they will help gay and lesbian people come out to friends and family.
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.