Word of the week: 29 commonly used phrasal verb meanings come
The verb come is often used in numerous English phrasal verbs. The main meaning of the verb come - "to come", "to go", reminds catchenglish.ru. We give phrasal verbs of English with come. Each phrasal verb has a translation, transcription, as well as sentences with examples of use.
come about [kʌm əˈbaʊt] - appear, arise
Synonyms: appear, happen
- How did mathematics come about? - How did the math come about?
come across [kʌm əˈkrɔs] - be clear, meet by chance, stumble
Synonyms: appear, seem
- Did her report come across? - Her report was clear?
- We came across this fact when we were digging the hole - We stumbled upon this fact when we were digging a hole.
come after [kʌm ˈɑːftə] - chase
Synonyms: pursue, chase, persecute, haunt, follow
- I came across him from the school. - I chased him from school.
come along [kʌm əˈlɔŋ] - accompany smb., go with smb.
Synonyms: come, go along
- She came along with us to the theater. - She went with us to the theater.
come apart [kʌm əˈpɑːt] - break, fall apart, disintegrate
Synonyms: fall apart, split up, break, separate
- The toy just came apart in my hands. - The toy fell apart in my hands.
come around [kʌm əˈraʊnd] - go around; go around, come in, call in, come in
Synonyms: come by
- Why don't you come around and see us one evening? “Why don’t you come to us one evening?”
come back [kʌm bæk] - to return
Synonyms: return, rejoin, recover, go back, returnee
- Is the player expected to come back? - Is a player expected to return?
come between [kʌm bɪˈtwiːn] - intervene
Synonyms: interfere, intervene, meddle
- Never come between lovers. - Never interfere in the relationship of lovers.
come by [kʌm baɪ] - come in, look in, get out
Synonyms: come into, drop by, drop in
- Why don't you come by some afternoon and have tea with us? “Maybe you will stop by for some tea after dinner?”
- Don't you know where the best bread come by? “You don't know where to get the best bread?”
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come down [kʌm daʊn] - decrease, decrease, go down, go down
Synonyms: get down, descend, go down, fall, drop
- The price came down. - The price has dropped.
- Guys, come down. We have to go. - Guys, get down. We have to go.
- The old tower came down from wind. - The old tower fell from the wind.
Come down on
come down on [kʌm daʊn ɔn] - criticize, condemn
- Don't dare come down on her! “Don't you dare blame her!”
Come down with
come down with [kʌm daʊn wɪð] - get sick
Synonyms: fall ill
- Many people came down with flu this spring. - Many people got the flu this spring.
come for [kʌm fɔː] - arrest, detain
- If you break the law, the police will come for you - If you break the law, the police will arrest you.
come forward [kʌm ˈfɔːwəd] - stand out, stand out, respond, respond (to the call), offer your candidacy
Synonyms: come forth
- Many women came forward to help. - Many women offered their help.
come from [kʌm frɔm] - to occur, to be born
Synonyms: originate in
- He comes from a family of Muslim people - He comes from a Muslim family.
come in [kʌm ɪn] - enter, participate, play a role, go into fashion
Synonyms: come, go in, get in, enter, include
- Come in and do not make noise. - Come in and do not make noise.
- Unfortunately, mini skirts are coming in. - Unfortunately, miniskirts are in fashion.
come into [kʌm ˈɪntʊ] - receive an inheritance, inherit
- She came into a large sum of money when her uncle died. “When her uncle died, she inherited a large sum of money.”
come of [kʌm ɔv] - be the result, follow from something
Synonyms: result from
- No good will come of it - Nothing good will come of it.
come off [kʌm ɔf] - leave, leave, come off, peel off
Synonyms: come off, tear off, tear, break away
- The button has come off. - The button came off.
- Do you see? The paper is coming off - do you see? The paper is peeling off.
come on [kʌm ɔn] - advance, approach, approach
Synonyms: go on, appear, come nearer
- A storm is coming on. - A storm is coming.
- It feels like spring is coming on - It feels like spring is coming.
come out [kʌm aʊt] - to come (to remote places, to another country), to leave, to be in public, to go out
Synonyms: get out, emerge, appear, turn out, come forth, come, go out, leave
- He often comes out - He often happens in public.
- I saw them when they came out to Russia last year. - I saw them last year when they came to Russia.
come over [kʌm ˈəʊvə] - call in, go in, leave, move
Synonyms: come by, come across, visit, come
- I came over to Ukraine in 2017. - I moved to Ukraine in 2017.
- Why don't you come over to our place one evening? “Why don't you drop by one evening?”
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come round [kʌm raʊnd] - recover, come to your senses
- She couldn't came round after his death for a long time. “She could not recover for a long time after his death.”
come through [kʌm θruː] - penetrate, seep through; crawl, wake up, appear, transfer, survive
Synonyms: penetrate, permeate, manifest
- Coming through! - Allow me to pass !; Get out!
- They came through the loss. - They survived the loss.
- The sun came through after hours of snow. - After long snow hours, the sun came out.
come together [kʌm təˈgeðə] - unite, make peace, come to an agreement
Synonyms: unite, join, combine, merge
- We must come together if we want to win - We must unite if we want to win.
come under [kʌm ˈʌndə] - to be exposed
Synonyms: undergo, be subject to
- All our ideas come under criticism of our partners. - All our ideas are criticized by our partners.
come up [kʌm ʌp] - rise, rise; increase, increase, approach, approach
Synonyms: come on, come, rise up, muster, find, rise, scratch, arise
- The temperature of our room should not come up - The temperature of our room should not rise.
- A child came up to me and asked for his ball. - Some child came up to me and asked for his ball.
Come up against
come up against [kʌm ʌp əˈgenst] - collide, confront
Synonyms: confront, resist
- We came up against total indifference - We are faced with complete indifference.
Come up with
come up with [kʌm ʌp wɪð] - "come up with"
- Don't worry, we'll come up with something - Don’t worry, we’ll come up with something.
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