Come down

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Definition

to come down: to descend, to land, to fall, to drop
verb
I'm coming down in the elevator. I started at the top of the building, and now I'm nearly at the ground floor.
The prices are finally coming down. They are lower than they were last week.

to come down (and visit) : to come and see a person (for a visit)
idiom
When are you going to come down to my beach house? We are waiting for you to visit us.

Examples

  • "It's time to come down, captain."
  • "Listen, hail a cab back to the office and I'll come down and pay for it."
  • "He offered to come down to the office to have a look at our network."
  • "Shopkeeper : I haven't laughed like that since the Berlin Wall came down!"
  • "To make a long story short, we'll have an efficiency expert coming down to our offices next week."
  • "If any of you wish to come down to the studio to see some of the film being shot, you are welcome!"
  • "So, as you can see, it would be a waste of time for your friend to come down to the offices, because he can't do anything for us."
  • "If you can't come down on the price per unit, I'm afraid we're going to look elsewhere."
  • "Would it be okay if he came down and had a look at our network?"
  • "You are coming down to Earth, captain, whether you like it or not."

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