to go out to result in 5 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Amharic
Lexeme wäṭṭa
Meaning 1 to go out ahun wäṭṭa
He is not here now
Meaning 2 to come, to turn out ṭəru hakim yəwäṭawal
He will make a good doctor
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’
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Polysemy
Language Gagauz
Lexeme çık-
Meaning 1 to go out дышары чыкмаа
to go out in the street
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
Comment The same in Turk. çık- ТуРС 186. Ср. anlaşmazlık bu sebepten çıktı 'The misunderstanding happened for this reason'
ACCEPTED Realization 3
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'
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'
ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Polysemy
Language Modern Greek
Lexeme βγαίνω
Meaning 1 to go out
Meaning 2 to come out
Comment Хориков, Малев 184-185
ACCEPTED Realization 5
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)
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.'
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.