bring out in

phrasal verb [transitive]
Word forms "bring out in":
present tense I/you/we/they bring out in he/she/it brings out in present participle bringing out in past tense brought out in past participle brought out in
bring someone out in something to make particular marks appear on someone's skin

The medicine brought her out in a rash.


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