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come about
to happen, especially in a way that is not planned
come about
to change direction
come across
to meet, find, or discover someone or something by chance
come across
to ​seem to be a ​particular ​type of ​person
come across with
to provide money or information when it is needed
come after
to look for someone in order to hurt them, punish them, or get something from them
come along
informal to be developing or making progress
come along
to make an appearance
come along
to go to a place with someone
come along
to go somewhere after someone
come along
used to encourage someone to try harder
come apart
to split or fall into pieces
come apart
to begin to fail
come around
to come to someone's home or the place where they work in order to visit them
come around
to change your opinion so that you now agree with someone or are no longer angry with them
come around
to happen as usual
come around
to become conscious again after you have been unconscious
ok
come around = come round
come at
to move towards someone in a threatening way
come at
to feel confused because of facing too many images, questions, facts etc at a time
come at
informal to consider or deal with a problem in a particular way [= approach]
come away
to become separated from the main part of something
come away
to leave a place with a particular feeling or idea
come back
to return to or regain a former condition or position
come back
to reply to someone quickly, often in an angry or unkind way
come before
to be brought to someone in authority, especially a judge in a law court, to be judged or discussed by them
come between
to make people argue and feel angry with each other, when they had been friends before
come between
to prevent someone from giving enough attention to something
come by
to manage to get something that is rare or difficult to get
come by
to make a short visit to a place on your way to somewhere else
come down
to become lower (prcie, level etc)
come down
to accept a lower price
come down
to travel south to a place where someone else is
come down
to fall to the ground
come down
informal to start to feel normal again after you have been feeling very happy and excited or to stop feeling the effects of a strong drug
come down
British English old-fashioned to leave a university after completing a period of study
come down on
to punish someone or criticize them severely
come down on the side of
to decide to support someone or something
come down to
to be the single most important thing
come down to
to have something old which has been passed between people over a long period of time
come down with
to become ill
come for
to arrive to collect someone or something
come forward
to offer help to someone, or offer to do something
come from
to be born somewhere or lived there for a long time
come from
to be obtained from a place, thing, or person, or to start or be made somewhere
come from
to happen as the result of doing something
come in
to arrive at a place
come in
to be received
come in
to be involved in a plan, deal etc
come in
to join in a conversation or discussion
come in
to become fashionable or popular [≠ go out]
come in
to finish a race
come in for criticism/blame/scrutiny
to be criticized, blamed etc for something
come into
to acquire as a possession or achievement
come into
to be involved in something
come into view/sight
to become available to be seen
come into leaf/flower/blossom
to start to produce leaves or flowers
come into one's own
to achieve one's potential; also : to gain recognition
come of
to happen as a result of something
come off
to become removed from something
come off
British English to fall off something
come off
to happen as planned
come off
to succeed
come off
to stop taking a drug that you have been taking regularly
come off best/better/worst etc
to gain or lose the most, more, the least etc from a situation
come off it!
British English spoken to cease foolish or pretentious talk or behavior
come on!
spoken a) used to tell someone to hurry; b) used to encourage someone to do something
come on in/over/up etc
spoken used to tell someone to come in, over, up etc, usually in a friendly way
come on
to begin by degrees (=very slowly, gradually)
come on
to come onto a stage or sports field
come on
to advance by degrees (=very slowly, gradually)
come on
of television or radio programs to be started
come on
to find or discover someone or something by chance
come on to
informal to show sexual interest in someone; also : to make sexual advances — usually used with to
come on strong
informal to behave aggressively or assertively, especially in making sexual advances to someone
come on to
to start talking about a new subject
come out
to be removed from a place
come out
to become publicly known specially after something has been kept secret
come out
of photographs to show clear picture
come out
to come into public view : make a public appearance
come out
to turn out in an outcome : end up
come out
to become evident (clear to the vision or understanding)
come out
to declare oneself especially in public utterance (speech)
come out
of flowers to bloom
come out
to openly declare one's homosexuality
come out as
to openly declare something about oneself previously kept hidden — often used with as
come out
British English informal to refuse to work, as a protest
come out at
add up to something : to produce a particular total or result
come out in spots/a rash etc
break out in spots/a rash/a sweat : to appear on one's body
come out of
to no longer be in a bad situation
come out of one's self
informal to start to behave in a more confident way
come out with
to say something, especially something unusual or unexpected
come over
to visit casually : drop in
come over to/from
to come to a ​place, ​move from one ​place to another, or ​move towards someone
come over
to be ​influenced ​suddenly and ​unexpectedly by a ​strong ​feeling
come over
to ​seem to be a ​particular ​type of ​person
come over (all) shy/nervous etc
informal to suddenly become very shy, nervous etc
come through
to be conveyed
come through
to be made official, especially by having the correct documents officially approved
come through
to continue to live, be strong, or succeed after a difficult or dangerous time [= survive]
come through with
to give someone something they need, especially when they have been worried that you would not produce it in time
come to a decision/conclusion/agreement etc
to decide something, agree on something etc after considering or discussing a situation [= reach]
come to a halt/stop
to stop
come to
to develop so that a particular situation exists, usually a bad one
come to
to add up to a total amount
come to
to relize or remember
come to
to recover consciousness
come under attack/fire/scrutiny etc
to be attacked, shot at etc
come under
to be governed or controlled by a particular organization or person
come under
of a piece of information to be found under a particular title
come up
to come near : make an approach
come up
to travel north to a place where someone else is
come up
to be ​mentioned or ​talked about in ​conversation [= arise]
come up
to occur in the course of time [= arise]
come up
of jobs and opportunities to become available
come up
to be dealt with in a law court
be coming up
to be going to happen soon
come up
to appear above the horizon [= rise]
come up
of plants to begin to appear above the ground
come up
to vomit
coming (right) up!
spoken used to say that food or drink will be ready very soon
come up against
to have to deal with problems or difficulties
come up for discussion/examination/review etc
to be discussed, examined etc
come up for election/re-election/selection etc
to reach the time when people have to vote about whether you should continue in a political position
come upon
to find or discover something or someone by chance
come upon
literary to suddenly feel something
come up to
to reach a particular standard or to be as good as you expected
be (just) coming up to
to be nearly a particular time
come up with
to think of an idea, answer etc
come up with
informal to produce an amount of money
come down in favour of
come down on the side of somebody/something
come across
to be simply understood
come across
to become communicated