Sinônimos de occur
to happenThe deaths occurred when troops tried to disperse the demonstrators.
We cannot say for sure what will happen.
Similar demonstrations also took place elsewhere.
A lasting solution to this problem can only come about through dialogue.
If the explanation is right, two things will follow.
Many hair problems result from what you eat.
arise, , ,
if a problem arises later in pregnancy
A brief but violent scuffle ensued.
crop up (informal),
As we get older health problems often crop up.
transpire (informal), ,
Nothing is known about what transpired at the meeting.
None of the anticipated difficulties materialized.
come to pass (archaic),
Everything I said about the game came to pass that night.
Woe betide anyone who got in his way.
Local interest rate cuts might not eventuate until early next year.
to be found or be presentThe disease occurs throughout Africa.
the social climate which existed 20 years ago
A woman appeared at the far end of the street.
be found, ,
The longer this situation obtains, the bigger the problems will be.
The rare spoon turned up in an old house in Devon.
be met with,
They insulted us whenever the opportunity presented itself.
See occur to someone
It is usually regarded as incorrect to talk of pre-arranged events occurring or happening. For this meaning a synonym such as take place would be more appropriate: the wedding took place (not occurred or happened) in the afternoon.
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in the sense of appear
to come into sightA woman appeared at the far end of the street.
in the sense of arise
to come into noticeif a problem arises later in pregnancy
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