Learning the meaning of come out, I came across the following sentence in a dictionary:
In her speech, the senator came out in favour of a change in the law.
The meaning of come out in the sentence should be to say publicly whether you agree or disagree with something. But inspite of the mentioning it, I didn;t understand that sentence. Couldn't you explain it in other words?
UPD: I understand the sentence in general, but it's not clear to me whether the senator was agree or disagree with her.