Значение идиомы out of one’s shell

[out of one’s shell] {adv. phr.}, {informal} Out of one’sbashfulness or silence; into friendly conversation. – Usually usedafter “come”.

John wouldn’t come out of his shell and talk to theboys and girls at the party.

The other girls tried to draw Ellaout of her shell, but without success.

Contrast: IN ONE’S SHELL.


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