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to move or travel toward a place or person

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to come definition and meaning
1.1

to move or travel a certain distance

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They've come 20 kilometers since sunrise.
She's come 15 miles on her bike already.
1.2

to reach, approach, or arrive at a particular place

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The family came as far as the gate of the amusement park.
He came to the party carrying a bottle of wine.
The group continued until they came to a cliff edge.
I could sense that someone was coming closer.
1.3

(of something) to extend or stretch to a particular point

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The fence comes up to my waist.
1.4

to move or travel to get or do a specific thing

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He came to pick up his car from the repair shop.
She came to borrow a book from the library.
The police officer came searching for the missing person.
1.5

to participate in doing something with someone else

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They invited me to come camping with them next month.
Would you like to come hiking with us this weekend?
Why not come skiing with us this winter?
1.6

to move while doing another thing or in a specific way

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She came skipping down the street, full of joy.
The rain came pouring down, drenching everything in sight.
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to take place or happen

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to hold a specific rank or position in terms of importance or priority

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Education comes first on my list of priorities.
Saving money comes high on my list of priorities.
Spending time with loved ones always comes first for me.
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to have a specific position in a list or series

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The book came first in the rankings.
Her name came last on the attendance list.
The restaurant came ninth in the customer satisfaction survey.
They came third in the talent show with their impressive dance routine.
He came last in the spelling bee competition, but he still did his best.
2.3

to be experienced, heard, or perceived

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to reach a mentioned state

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to arrive at a certain state

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The trees are coming into leaf.
At last winter came to an end.
The chaos in the room came to an end when the teacher entered.
He came to power in 2019.
We need to come to an agreement on this issue.
3.2

to reach a certain point where one understands, realizes, or believes something

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She had come to see the power of positive affirmations.
Considering his past actions, they had come to expect his reluctance to take responsibility.
After years of struggle, she had come to embrace her true self and let go of societal expectations.
Over the years, he came to trust her completely.
After hearing his heartfelt speech, I came to admire him for his courage.
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(of products, goods, etc.) to exist or be available in a particular form or way

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to experience sexual climax or orgasm

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the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract

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used to indicate the arrival or occurrence of a particular time, event, or situation

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I will come to your house tomorrow.
Can you come with me to the store?
She always comes to class early to get a good seat.
David came into the office and sat down at his desk.
There's a hurricane coming our way.
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