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come British & World English

Move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker

come English Thesaurus

do come and listen

something would not go amiss British & World English

The specified thing would be welcome and useful

come in come British & World English

Move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker

to come British & World English

(Following a noun) in the future

bring to light British & World English

Make or become widely known or evident

be nowhere British & World English

Be badly beaten or completely unsuccessful in a race or competition

be late to the party British & World English

Become aware of or get involved in something long after others

go to post British & World English

(Of a racehorse) start a race

rain or shine British & World English

Whether it rains or not; whatever the weather

go with the territory British & World English

Be an unavoidable result of a particular situation

to come in come British & World English

(Following a noun) in the future

come at British & World English

Launch oneself at (someone) to attack them

come by British & World English

Call casually and briefly as a visitor

come in British & World English

Join or become involved in an enterprise

come on British & World English

(Of a state or condition) start to arrive or happen

come-on British & World English

A gesture or remark that is intended to attract someone sexually

come to British & World English

Recover consciousness

come up British & World English

(Of an issue, situation, or problem) occur or present itself, especially unexpectedly

how come? British & World English

Said when asking how or why something happened or is the case

come amid British & World English

(Of an action or event) be accompanied by; happen at the same time as

come away British & World English

Be left with a specified feeling, impression, or result after doing something

come back British & World English

(In sport) recover from a deficit

come down British & World English

(Of a building or other structure) collapse or be demolished

come for British & World English

Arrive to arrest or detain (someone)

come from British & World English

Originate in; have as its source

come into British & World English

Suddenly receive (money or property), especially by inheriting it

come off British & World English

(Of an action) succeed; be accomplished

come out British & World English

(Of a fact) emerge; become known

come over British & World English

(Of a feeling or manner) begin to affect (someone)

come upon British & World English

Attack (someone or something) by surprise

come home British & World English

Play the second nine holes in a round of eighteen holes

come true British & World English

Actually happen or become the case

come clean British & World English

Be completely honest; keep nothing hidden

come close British & World English

Almost achieve or do

come again? British & World English

Used to ask someone to repeat or explain something they have said

come right British & World English

Have a good outcome; end well

come the —— British & World English

Play the part of; behave like

come about British & World English

Happen; take place

come across British & World English

Meet or find by chance

come along British & World English

Said when encouraging someone or telling them to hurry up

come-along British & World English

A hand-operated winch

come before British & World English

Be dealt with by (a judge or court)

come round British & World English

Recover consciousness

come under British & World English

Be classified as or among


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