French translation of 'come over'
1. (= visit) passer
2. (= become)
to come over dizzy être pris(e) de vertige
to come over as sth donner l’impression d’être qch
inseparable transitive verbcome
(= happen to) [person]
I don’t know what’s come over him! Je ne sais pas ce qui lui a pris !
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She was sorry for the change that had come over him and would have given much to see him happy again.Heidi (1881)
As a person, he came over as quite nervous - very careful and considered.The Sun (2012)
The hungry struggled to understand the changes that had come over them.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Your ability to think fast but look in control will come over well at work or in a job search.The Sun (2010)
It was a very open welcome and he came over very well.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
You see some people say he comes over badly in interviews and sounds arrogant.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Don't know what came over me.The Sun (2011)
This could get a family project moving again and make you come over well at work or in any interview.The Sun (2010)
The islanders are worried that we have suddenly come over all moral and pious about tax avoidance.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This is not because our banks suddenly have come over all cuddly.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translation of come over from the Collins English to French Dictionary