Definition Come

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Definition

to come (to school, to a conclusion): to arrive at, to advance, to approach, to move towards (school); to reach (a conclusion)
verb
This is an irregular verb:
I come / I came / I have come

to come back: to return
verb

Examples

  • "I think we'd all do well to accept that Bruno isn't going to come back anytime soon."
  • "Lucky will come tonight."
  • "That's actually why I came back here to London, to get the unconditional love and support of my loving family."
  • "Jamaican Woman: Come and put some cream on my back, darling."
  • "Icarus : It looks like he's coming to the stage!"
  • "Why don't you come to bed?"
  • "If you can't come around, at least please telephone"
  • "I know why you have come here tonight."
  • "Two of them actually came to greet me at the airport: a tour guide and a translator."
  • "Horatio : When is he coming back?"

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