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|English to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: come out|
|What does it mean in this context? The text is about a song: |
Elliott and Gary wrote it for me after Elliott had come out
and we did like all the tracks again for the album he'd come out and I was doing Neighbours and I then I'd go to the studio and do my night shift. They wrote it and David had got it from these guys over there and he's like 'I've got this song, I've got this song and I'm going 'You can't have a song if I'm not allowed to put any more songs on the album you're not either'.
|English translation:come to the studio/city/house|
It could be the homosexual coming out, but I don't see enough contextual cues for that. It may just mean that Elliott had been somewhere else and then came to where the narrator was. People often use "come out" that way, as in "You never come out to California anymore," "Come on out and see us", etc.
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|I guess this is the correct one. This Elliott wasn't gay after all...|
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