come out of

phrasal verb

Definition of come out of 

1 : to result from (something) It's hard to see how anything good can come out of this.

2 : to go through the experience of (something) I was lucky to come out of the accident alive.

3 : to emerge from (somewhere or something) She was waiting for him to come out of the house.

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