Definition of 'come'
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And the final large gallery hardly comes with the force of a flood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The difference came to just one per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Come spring we will see whether or not that is going to be another costly oversight. The Sun (2016)With those superstars on show in the coming months the future seems bright. The Sun (2016)Wonder is something that comes at the end of the childbirth experience. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This hoary old myth just keeps coming round again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There were top players coming near the end of their careers who had to be moved on. Times, Sunday Times (2016) May come from rocket or something else. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Let them come, he says. The Sun (2016)The multimillion-pound publicly funded operation comes weeks after the government said that 11,000 badgers were shot last year to protect cattle from tuberculosis. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He has a huge force coming out of him. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Just coming out the hospital to go home. The Sun (2012)He thinks we will be downing tools come spring. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The banks and the government will be hand in glove for many months to come. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She came and did say that all be well. A Time of War (1993)The problem comes as the election approaches. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Shortly into the operation the patrol came into contact with the enemy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We will hear that phrase again and again in the coming months. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When witnesses have relevant evidence they can be forced to come to court. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If we do that we will come away with something. The Sun (2012)The next volume cannot come too soon. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So how come the odd passive whiff of cigarette smoke is so bad? The Sun (2008)The solid ground also comes out of a deep and searching prayer life. Christianity Today (2000)Then an older woman came into the showers and yelled at him to get out. The Sun (2011)Work ideas may seem to come out of the blue but at least one is brilliant. The Sun (2009)When does it come to an end for the man himself? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The wild orchids of summer are now coming up. Times, Sunday Times (2009)To win it is a dream come true. The Sun (2012)Maybe people will just come to eat. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They buried the hatchet by coming together for the party. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We know we can come to places like this and dig out results. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The time has now come for me to sell it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is still work to do on his defence on this evidence but they will be in the mix come May. The Sun (2013)
Trends of 'come'
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Translations for 'come'
British English: come /kʌm/ VERB
When you come to a place, you move towards it or arrive there.
She came into the room.
- American English: come
- Arabic: يَأْتِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: vir
- Chinese: 来
- Croatian: doći
- Czech: přijít
- 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
- European Portuguese: vir
- Romanian: a veni
- Russian: приходить
- Spanish: venir
- Swedish: komma
- Thai: มา
- Turkish: gelmek
- Ukrainian: приходити
- Vietnamese: đến nơi
Definition of come from the Collins English Dictionary
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