Definition of come down the pike in English:
informal Appear on the scene; come to notice: it’s one of the better sports movies to come down the pike in some time
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- The fact that the president has decided to schedule a ‘major speech’ terrorism, apropos of more or less nothing, would seem to suggest some bad coming down the pike.
- So, without belaboring the point, let's just stipulate that there were probably some problems coming down the pike for Brown's nomination even if he hadn't had this nanny problem come up.
- And so I contacted the Department of Workforce Development and they said, Well, we know it might be coming down the pike, we might award this contract.
Definition of come down the pike in:
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