Definition of coming and going or comings and goings in English:

coming and going (or comings and goings)

Busy, active movements of many people, especially in and out of a place: yesterday’s comings and goings outside Number 10
More example sentences
  • I like the noise and bustle and the comings and goings.
  • Like a series of fishtanks, the interior is constantly animated by the comings and goings of building users and staff.
  • Yet I could have constructed a timetable of their comings and goings, their daily habits and activities.
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