French translation of 'come from'
inseparable transitive verbcome
1. (= be from)
[place] venir de ⧫ être originaire de
[family, group, tradition] être issu(e) de
Where do you come from? Tu viens d’où ?
2. (= arrive from)
We’ve just come from Paris. Nous arrivons de Paris.
I know where you’re coming from je vois ce que tu veux dire
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Example Sentences Including 'come from'
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Perhaps, like Katya, she had come from a war-torn country in Eastern Europe.AFTERMATH (2001)
Then he turned and cantered back in the direction they had come from.TREASON KEEP (2001)
No. Odds were the complaint had come from the club itself, probably without Cordwell's knowledge.AMAGANSETT (2004)
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'come from' in Other Languages
British English: come from /kʌm frəm/ VERB
If someone or something comes from a particular place or thing, that place or thing is their origin or source.
Half the students come from abroad.
- American English: come from
- Arabic: يَأْتِي مِنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vir de
- Chinese: 来自
- Croatian: dolaziti
- Czech: pocházet
- Danish: komme fra
- Dutch: vandaan komen
- European Spanish: provenir
- Finnish: tulla jostakin
- French: venir de
- German: kommen aus
- Greek: προέρχομαι
- Italian: provenire
- Japanese: ･･･の出身である
- Korean: ...출신이다
- Norwegian: komme fra
- Polish: pochodzić z
- European Portuguese: vir de
- Romanian: a veni
- Russian: быть родом из
- Spanish: provenir
- Swedish: komma från
- Thai: มาจาก
- Turkish: gelmek
- Ukrainian: походити з
- Vietnamese: đến từ
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Translation of come from from the Collins English to French Dictionary