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Meanings of Come with me:

phrase

To stop working in order to show your support for other workers who are on strike

Usage examples:

The railway workers came out in sympathy with the miners., the dockers began to come out in sympath…

Meanings of Come-after:

idiom

Come after in time, as a result

phrasal verb

Pursue or hunt down someone.

Usage examples:

As they made their escape, the guards came after them
phrase

To have or achieve a particular position in a race, competition, list, etc.

Usage examples:

She came second (us came in second) in the 100 metres., z comes after y in the alphabet., which kin…

Meanings of Come-and-go:

idiom

To exist or happen somewhere for a short time and then go away

Usage examples:

The feeling of nausea comes and goes.

Meanings of Come-away-with:

phrasal verb

To leave a place or situation with the stated feeling, idea, condition, etc.

Usage examples:

I recently spent about 90 minutes shopping on the internet, and i came away empty-handed., some 39 …

Meanings of Come-back-to:

phrasal verb

If something comes back to you, you start to remember it

Usage examples:

I can't think of her name - it'll come back to me later., it's all coming back to me!

Meanings of Come-behind:

idiom

To succeed in winning after being in a losing position in a game

Usage examples:

England came from behind to beat scotland 2–1.

Meanings of Come-by:

phrasal verb

Obtain, especially accidentally

Meanings of Come-clean:

phrase

Be completely honest; keep nothing hidden.

Usage examples:

The chancellor must come clean about his plans for increasing taxation
idiom

To tell the truth about something that you have been keeping secret

Usage examples:

I thought it was time to come clean (with everybody) about what i'd been doing.

Meanings of Come-down:

phrasal verb

Move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way

Meanings of Come-first:

idiom

To be the most important person or thing to someone

Usage examples:

Her family will always come first with her.

Meanings of Come-first-in:

phrase

To finish a race in first, second, etc. position

Usage examples:

Burns came in second in the 100 metres., she came in fourth overall but posted her best time yet., …

Meanings of Come-forth:

phrasal verb

Come out of

Meanings of Come-forward:

collocation

Make oneself visible; take action

phrasal verb

Volunteer oneself for a task or post or to give evidence about a crime.

Usage examples:

Two witnesses have come forward with information
idiom

To offer to give help

Usage examples:

Nobody has come forward yet with information about the accident.

Come-hither

ˌkʌmˈhɪð.ər

Meanings of Come-hither:

adjective

Used to refer to a way of looking at someone that shows you are sexually interested in them

Usage examples:

Come-hither eyes

Meanings of Come-home:

idiom

If something comes home to someone, they understand it clearly

Usage examples:

The danger really came home to me when i saw the pictures on tv.

Meanings of Come-home-to-one:

idiom

If something comes home to someone, they understand it clearly

Usage examples:

The danger really came home to me when i saw the pictures on tv.

Meanings of Come-in:

phrasal verb

To come or go into

Meanings of Come-of-age:

idiom

To reach the age when you are legally an adult

Usage examples:

My parents came of age during the 1960s.

Meanings of Come-off:

phrasal verb

Come to be detached

Meanings of Come-on:

phrasal verb

Move towards

Meanings of Come-on-to:

phrasal verb

Used for telling someone to move or act quickly or more quickly

Usage examples:

Come on – we’re going to be late if you don’t hurry!, oh, come on. you have no evidence whatsoever.…

Meanings of Come-out-in:

phrasal verb

(of a person's skin) break out in spots or a similar condition.

Usage examples:

Jason came out in a rash

Meanings of Come-out-on-top:

noun

The highest point, place, or part

Usage examples:

We set out for the top of the mountain at daybreak., the book was on (the) top of the table (= on t…

Meanings of Come-over:

phrasal verb

Communicate the intended meaning or impression

Meanings of Come-to-a-head:

idiom

Reach a point where some strong action has to be taken

Usage examples:

The situation finally came to a head when she failed to show up at school.

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