: to advance toward accomplishment : come along The job is coming nicely. (2) : to advance in a particular manner Come running when I call. (3) : to advance, rise, or improve in rank or condition has come a long way f : extend Her dress came to her ankles. 2 a (1) : to arrive at a particular place, end, result, or conclusion came to his senses
come verb (MOVE TO SPEAKER) A1 [ I ] to move or travel towards the speaker or with the speaker: Are you coming with me? There's a car coming! Can you come to my party? Here comes Adam. She's come 500 km (= has travelled 500 km) to be here with us tonight. If you're ever in Dublin, come and visit us. We came by car.
verb (used without object), came, come, com·ing. to approach or move toward a particular person or place: Come here. Don't come any closer! to arrive by movement or in the course of progress: The train from Boston is coming. to approach or arrive in time, in succession, etc.: Christmas comes once a year. I'll come to your question next.
Definition of come 1 as in to approach to move closer to come here and sit by the fire Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance approach enter near nigh advance drop in pop (in) Antonyms & Near Antonyms go withdraw leave retreat depart recede (from) exit 2 as in to arrive to get to a destination when do you think they'll come? Synonyms & Similar Words
come verb (MOVE TO SPEAKER) A1 [ I ] to move or travel toward the speaker or with the speaker: Are you coming with me? There's a car coming! Can you come to my party? Here comes Adam. She's come 500 km (= has traveled 500 km) to be here with us tonight. If you're ever in Dublin, come and visit us. We came by car.
1. : to start to accept and support something (such as an idea) after opposing it : to stop opposing or disagreeing with something or someone. She still says she won't support us, but she'll come around eventually. [=she'll support us eventually] — often + to. She'll come around to our side eventually.
come at 1. To obtain; get: come at an education through study. 2. To rush at; attack. come back 1. To return to or regain past success after a period of misfortune. 2. To retort; reply: came back with a sharp riposte. 3. To recur to the memory: It's all coming back to me now. come between To cause to be in conflict or estrangement. come by 1.