come out with

come out with
phrasal verb come out with or come away with [transitive]
Word forms "come out with":
present tense I/you/we/they come out with he/she/it comes out with present participle coming out with past tense came out with past participle come out with
British informal
come out with something to say something suddenly, usually something that surprises or shocks people

You never know what the children are going to come out with.

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • come out with — [v] disclose information acknowledge, bring out, chime in*, come clean, declare, deliver, divulge, lay open, own, own up, say, state, tell, throw out, utter; concept 60 Ant. hide, secret …   New thesaurus

  • come out with — ► come out with say in a sudden, rude, or incautious way. Main Entry: ↑come …   English terms dictionary

  • come out with — index phrase, remark, utter Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • come out with — UTTER, say, let out, blurt out, burst out with. → come * * * come out with 1. To utter, to say 2. To exclaim • • • Main Entry: ↑come * * * ˌcome ˈout with ˌcome a ˈway with british …   Useful english dictionary

  • come out with — PHRASAL VERB: no passive If you come out with a remark, especially a surprising one, you make it. [V P n] Everyone who heard it just burst out laughing when he came out with it... [V P n] What was that marvellous quote that she came out with? …   English dictionary

  • come out with — I didn t really mean to come out with those stupid remarks Syn: utter, say, let out, blurt out, burst out with; issue, present …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • come out with — phr verb Come out with is used with these nouns as the object: ↑version …   Collocations dictionary

  • come out with — admit, confess; publicize, advertise; put into words (e.g., She always manages to come out with the truth ) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • come out with — say, make known The child has recently come out with many strange and funny expressions …   Idioms and examples

  • 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