Shift #569

to go out → to result in

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Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme vyhodit'
Meaning 1 to go out Гул затих. Я вышел на подмостки… (Пастернак)
"The buzz faded. I went on stage... (Boris Pasternak)"
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Meaning 2 to result a. Ничего путного из затеи не вышло. 'Nothing useful came out of the affair.' b. Выходит, дядя был прав. 'It looks like the uncle was right.'
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Comment Cf. не вышел чем-либо (colloquial) 'the person does not possess some trait to a sufficient, needed degree': Ростом не вышел (of small height). Чином не вышел (has a small rank; obs.). Рылом не вышел (ugly, plain; vulg.), etc.
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Gagauz
Lexeme çık-
Meaning 1 to go out дышары чыкмаа
"to go out in the street"
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Meaning 2 to come out, to succeed истедим бир, чыкты са башка
"He wanted to do one thing, but what he got was quite another thing"
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Comment The same in Turk. çık- ТуРС 186. Ср. anlaşmazlık bu sebepten çıktı 'The misunderstanding happened for this reason'
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Modern Greek
Lexeme βγαίνω
Meaning 1 to go out
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Meaning 2 to come out
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Comment Хориков, Малев 184-185
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme wäṭṭa
Meaning 1 to go out ahun wäṭṭa
"He is not here now"
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Meaning 2 to come, to turn out ṭəru hakim yəwäṭawal
"He will make a good doctor"
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Comment In meaning Б the subject of the verb is the result, and its object is the source product (like in Russian из него выйдет хороший врач 'he will make a good doctor'); cf. Amh. wəṭṭet 'result, outcome, conclusion, mark, output, product' (K1583, 1590): yäsəra wəṭṭet ‘achievement, the result of work’
Realization
Type Polysemy
Language Italian
Lexeme esito
Meaning 1 exit dar esito all'acqua 'let the water go out, give the way out to the water'
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Meaning 2 outcome, result esito della battaglia 'the outcome of the battle', condurre a buon esito 'to bring to a happy end, to a good result'
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