bring out

bring out  {v.}
1. To cause to appear; make clear.
His report brought out the foolishness of the plan.
Brushing will bring out the beauty of your hair.
2. To help (an ability or skill) grow or develop.
The teacher's coaching brought out a wonderful singing voice of great power and warmth.
3. To offer to the public by producing, publishing, or selling.
He brought out a new play.
The company brought out a line of light personal airplanes.
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