Is it an idiomatic sentence? If not, could you say please English natives version. Under what circuimstances we could use the expression?

Go for a swim, come out a new man.

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It reads as a suggestion, or a recommendation. It's telling you that you should go for a swim, because it will make you feel like a new man.

You see this kind of expression in advertisements, eg "visit Scotland, discover a new world", or "Feel like someone special, fly United" (I made these up).

  • 'Come out' may have a certain ambiguous quality for some people. Jun 7, 2021 at 11:48

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