Hindi translation of 'come'
come /kʌm कम्/
Word forms: comes, coming, came, come
1. intransitive verb
You use come to say that someone or something arrives somewhere, or moves towards you.
Two police officers came into the hall.
He came to a door.
Beryl came round to apologize.
2. intransitive verb
If something comes to a particular point, it reaches it.
आना या पहुंचना
I wore a large shirt which came down to my knees.
3. intransitive verb
You use come in expressions which state what happens to someone or something.
कुछ घटित होने के अर्थ में
The door handle came off.
The Communists came to power in 1944.
Their worst fears may be coming true.
4. transitive verb
If someone comes to do something, they gradually start to do it.
She said it so many times that she came to believe it.
5. intransitive verb
When a particular time or event comes, it arrives or happens.
आ पड़ना या होना
The announcement came after a meeting at the Home Office.
The time has come for us to move on.
6. intransitive verb
If a thought or idea comes to you, you suddenly realize it.
(मन में) आना
7. intransitive verb
If something such as a sum comes to a particular amount, it adds up to it.
Lunch came to £80.
8. intransitive verb
If someone or something comes from a particular place or thing, that place or thing is their origin or source.
से संबंधित होना
Half the students come from abroad.
Chocolate comes from the cacao tree.
9. intransitive verb
Something that comes from something else or comes of it is the result of it.
His feeling of power came from driving fast.
10. intransitive verb
If someone or something comes first, next, or last, they are first, next, or last in a series, list, or competition.
होना या आना ( जैसे, प्रथम आना)
11. intransitive verb
If a type of thing comes in a range of colours, styles, or sizes, it can have any of those colours, styles, or sizes.
The wallpaper comes in black and white only.
You can use expressions like I know where you're coming from or you can see where she's coming from to say that you understand someone's attitude or point of view.
Do you see where I'm coming from?
13. See note at bring
14. see also coming
When you say how or when something came about, you say how or when it happened.
This situation came about when I suggested that he give up his job.
If you come across someone or something, or come upon them, you meet or find them by chance.
संयोग से मिलना
This is the worst place I've come across.
The way that someone comes across is the impression they make on other people.
He comes across as an extremely pleasant young man.
If you ask someone to come along to a place or event where you are going to be, you are inviting them to come with you or go there.
के साथ आना
When something comes along, it arrives or happens, perhaps by chance.
संयोगवश घटित होना
It was lucky you came along.
If something is coming along, it is developing or making progress.
How's your research coming along?
come around or come round
If you come around to an idea, you eventually change your mind and accept it.
They're finally coming around to our way of thinking.
When something comes around, it happens as a regular or predictable event.
नियत समय पर होना
The World Cup comes around again next year.
When someone who is unconscious comes around or comes to, they recover consciousness.
होश में आना
If a person or animal comes at you, they move towards you in a threatening way and try to attack you.
पर हमला करना
If someone comes back to a place, they return to it.
I came back to London and decided to be a photographer.
If something that you had forgotten comes back to you, you remember it.
His name will come back to me in a moment.
When something comes back, it becomes fashionable again.
चलन में वापस आना
I'm glad hats are coming back.
comebackWord forms: comebacks countable noun
Tight T-shirts are making a comeback.
To come by something means to find or obtain it.
If the cost, level, or amount of something comes down, it becomes less than it was before.
कम होना(नीचे आना)
The price of petrol is coming down.
If something comes down, it falls to the ground.
come down on
If you come down on one side of an argument, you declare that you support that side.
To come down on someone means to criticize them or treat them harshly.
come down to
If a problem or decision comes down to a particular thing, that thing is the most important factor involved.
सबसे महत्वपूर्ण कारक होना
The problem comes down to money.
come down with
If you come down with an illness, you get it.
If people such as soldiers come for you, they come to find you.
तलाश में आना
If someone comes forward, they offer to do something in response to a request for help.
A witness has come forward; she says she saw Tanner wearing the boots.
If information or a report comes in, you receive it.
Reports are now coming in of trouble at the jail.
If you have money coming in, you receive it regularly as your income.
If someone or something comes in, or comes into a situation, they are involved in it.
Finally, he could do no more, which is where Jacques came in.
When a new idea, fashion, or product comes in, it becomes popular or available.
चलन में आना
come in for
If someone or something comes in for criticism or blame, they receive it.
निंदा का शिकार होना
If someone comes into money or property, they inherit it.
उत्तराधिकार में पाना
2. see also come in 3
If something comes off, it is successful or effective.
It was a good try but it didn't quite come off.
You say 'Come on' to someone to encourage them to do something.
‘चलो भी’ जैसे भाव प्रकट करने के लिए प्रयुक्त
Come on Doreen, let's dance.
When a machine comes on, it starts working.
If you have an illness or a headache coming on, you can feel it starting.
(दर्द आदि)उठता हुआ महसूस होना
If something is coming on, it is developing or making progress.
My knee's coming on fine, I'm walking comfortably already.
come on to
When you come on to a particular topic, you start discussing it.
किसी विषय पर आना
We're going to make some changes, but I'll come on to that later.
When a new product comes out, it becomes available to the public.
बाज़ार में आना
Cameron Diaz has a new movie coming out.
If a fact comes out, it becomes known to people.
The truth is beginning to come out about what happened.
If you come out for or against something, you declare that you support it or that you do not support it.
समर्थन करना या न करना
If a photograph does not come out, it is blank or unclear when it is developed and printed.
When the sun, moon, or stars come out, they appear in the sky.
If a feeling comes over you, it affects you.
A strange feeling came over me.
see come around
To come through a dangerous or difficult situation means to survive it.
को झेलकर सुरक्षित निकलना
The city has faced a crisis and come through it.
If something comes through, you receive it.
The news came through at about five o'clock.
If a quality or impression comes through, it is clearly shown in what is said or done.
साफ दिखाई पड़ना
समझ में आना
I hope my love for the subject came through.
see come around 3
If you come under attack or pressure, for example, people attack you or put pressure on you.
If something comes under your authority, you control how it is managed.
के अधिकार में होना
If someone comes up to you, they walk over to you.
अपनी ओर आना
If an event is coming up, it is about to take place.
समय नज़दीक आना
We have elections coming up.
If something comes up, it happens unexpectedly.
अचानक घटित होना
I was delayed — something came up at home.
If a topic comes up in a conversation, it is mentioned.
If a job comes up or if something comes up for sale, it becomes available.
When the sun or moon comes up, it rises.
come up against
If you come up against a problem or difficulty, you have to deal with it.
Then they came up against the quickest team in the world.
see come across 1
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Example Sentences Including 'come'
Zero tolerance had become a mantra, even with voters who had never come within a hundred kilometres of a violent crime.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Yet somehow, with the help of Russ, she had come through all that to self-confidence.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
I told you to come round at twelve thirty, for Christ's sake.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'come' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَأْتِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: vir
- Chinese: 来
- Croatian: doći
- Czech: přijít přicházet
- Danish: komme
- Dutch: komen
- European Spanish: venir
- Finnish: tulla
- French: venir
- German: kommen
- Greek: έρχομαι
- Italian: venire
- Japanese: 来る
- Korean: 오다
- Norwegian: komme
- Polish: przyjść przychodzić
- Portuguese: vir
- Romanian: a veni
- Russian: приходить
- Spanish: venir
- Swedish: komma
- Thai: มา
- Turkish: gelmek
- Ukrainian: приходити прийти
- Vietnamese: đến nơi
Translation of come from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary