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TERM

flush out

CONTEXT & COMMENTS

1) to drive out (e.g., of a hiding place)
       • The dogs flushed out the thief from under the brush and drove him out into the open.
2) to reveal something that is concealed.; to cause something to become obvious
       • The prosecutor was intent on flushing out the truth about what led to the real estate meltdown.
3) to purge or cleanse
       • That diet  helps flush out toxins.

SUGGESTED TRANSLATIONS

1) hacer salir || sacar
2) revelar
        • revelar la verdad
3) limpiar || purgar || revelar

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IDIOM/PHRASE

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Created at 2/27/2014 10:27 AM by jonathanw
Last modified at 3/25/2014 9:15 AM by jonathanw