Spanish translation of come over
intransitive verb + adverb
⇒ they came over to England for a holiday
se vinieron a Inglaterra de vacaciones
⇒ you'll soon come over to my way of thinking(figurative)
ya me darás la razón
- (informal, = feel suddenly)
⇒ she came over quite ill
se puso bastante mala
⇒ he came over all shy
de repente le dio vergüenza
⇒ I came over all dizzy
- (= give impression)
⇒ how did he come over?
¿qué impresión produjo?
⇒ to come over well/badly
causar buena/mala impresión
⇒ her speech came over very well
su discurso causó buena impresión
⇒ to come over as
dar la impresión de ser,
dar una imagen de
intransitive verb + preposition
⇒ I don't know what's come over him!
¡no sé lo que le pasa!
⇒ a feeling of weariness came over her
le invadió una sensación de cansancio
⇒ a change came over him
se operó en él un cambio
Example Sentences Including 'come over'
The De Chantals -- Louis and Annette -- had come over from Paris to visit John and Colette.Double Deceit
Kershaw invited him to come over to the pub that evening.Passion in the Peak
She could stay with the children and you and Sam could come over.Murder Moves In
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Translation of come over from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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