French translation of 'come up to'
come up to
inseparable transitive verbcome
1. (= come close to)
[person] s’approcher de
She came up to me and kissed me. Elle s’est approchée de moi et m’a embrassé.
A man came up to me and said ... Un homme m’a abordé et m’a dit ...
2. (= match)
The film didn’t come up to our expectations. Le film nous a déçu.
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Example Sentences Including 'come up to'
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The liar 's hand will come up to their face - it may look like he is scratching his cheek or chin.The Sun (2009)
I was in bed but heard them come in and my cousin 's wife come up to her room.The Sun (2007)
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Translation of come up to from the Collins English to French Dictionary