Definition of 'coming'
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Malone stood at the window gazing down on Martin Place at the ants coming back from lunch. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)The Aussies have got other things on their minds, with an election coming up. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)I'm not having you coming round to my house every five minutes. THE EXECUTION (2002)
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Translations for 'coming'
British English: coming /ˈkʌmɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
A coming event or time will happen soon.
Prices are likely to rise in the coming months.
- American English: coming
- Arabic: مُقْبِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: próximo
- Chinese: 就要来的
- Croatian: nadolazeći
- Czech: nadcházející
- Danish: kommende
- Dutch: aanstaand
- European Spanish: próximo
- Finnish: tuleva
- French: prochain
- German: kommend
- Greek: ερχόμενος
- Italian: imminente
- Japanese: 次の
- Korean: 다가오는
- Norwegian: kommende
- Polish: nadchodzący
- European Portuguese: próximo
- Romanian: următor
- Russian: предстоящий
- Spanish: que viene
- Swedish: kommande
- Thai: ที่กำลังจะมาถึง
- Turkish: gelecek
- Ukrainian: наступний
- Vietnamese: sắp tới
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