To fish out something (or fish something out) is to pull someone or something out of water, or take something out of a bag, pocket or other container, especially after searching for it.
Examples of use:
1. He fished out his business card and handed it to me.
2. She fished out a coin from the bottom of her bag and put it in the parking meter.
3. His grandmother searched in her enormous handbag and fished out a bag of sweets.
3. Police divers have fished a body out of the river.
4. News headline: Unexploded torpedo fished out of River Forth.
5. Her dad fished the ball out of the pond for her.
6. News headline: Severed foot fished out of lake just a Halloween prop.
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