“Come on, spit it out.”

English Lesson: Come on, spit it out.

Your daughter is trying to tell you something, but she seems nervous. She's hesitating, but you'r in a hurry. You tell this to her.

Come on, spit it out.

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Come on

People say "come on" when they want someone to hurry up:

Come on! We're going to be late!"

Come on, let's get going before it closes.

There are some other uses of "come on" too, like in these examples:

Come on, stay for one more round.

Come on! What do you say?

Come on. I didn't mean it that way.

spit it out

"Spit it out" means "Say it more quickly!" You can tell someone this when they are speaking too slowly and it's annoying you.

"Spit it out" is a little rude, so you usually say it to people that you're close to and who are lower-status than you.