Translation of come over in Spanish:
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (to somebody's home) See examples: telephone me or, better still, come over1.2llámame o, mejor aún, pásate por casa or ven a casa(from overseas)1.3 (change sides, opinions) See examples: she came over to our sidehe'll soon come over to our way of thinkingse pasó a nuestro bando1.4 (have sudden feeling) See examples: to come over faintya se va a convencer de que tenemos razónhe came over all shiverymarearse1.5→ come across 2 1de repente le dieron escalofríos
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