→ Reaching into her pocket, she brought out a cigarette.
[+meaning] faire ressortir, mettre en relief
to bring out the best in sb faire apparaître qn sous son meilleur jour
→ A challenge brought out the best in him.
to bring out the worst in sb faire ressortir les mauvais côtés de qn
→ These dreadful circumstances bring out the worst in absolutely everybody.
[+new product] sortir
→ Colin Bradbury has now brought out a second album.
→ He's now brought out a book.
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