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 come come

noun

  • the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract  ( come, cum, ejaculate, seed, semen, seminal fluid )
    the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
  • verb

  • ( ) move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody  ( come, come up )
    move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
     He came singing down the road
    He came singing down the road
     Come with me to the Casbah
    Come with me to the Casbah
     come down here!
    come down here!
     come out of the closet!
    come out of the closet!
     come into the room
    come into the room
  • ( ) reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress  ( arrive, come, get )
    reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress
     She arrived home at 7 o'clock
    She arrived home at 7 o'clock
     She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight
    She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight
  • ( ) come to pass; arrive, as in due course  ( come )
    come to pass; arrive, as in due course
     The first success came three days later
    The first success came three days later
     It came as a shock
    It came as a shock
     Dawn comes early in June
    Dawn comes early in June
  • ( ) reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position  ( come )
    reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position
     The water came to a boil
    The water came to a boil
     We came to understand the true meaning of life
    We came to understand the true meaning of life
     Their anger came to a boil
    Their anger came to a boil
     I came to realize the true meaning of life
    I came to realize the true meaning of life
     The shoes came untied
    The shoes came untied
     come into contact with a terrorist group
    come into contact with a terrorist group
     his face went red
    his face went red
     your wish will come true
    your wish will come true
  • ( ) to be the product or result  ( come, follow )
    to be the product or result
     Melons come from a vine
    Melons come from a vine
     Understanding comes from experience
    Understanding comes from experience
  • ( ) be found or available  ( come )
    be found or available
     These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled
    These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled
  • ( ) come forth  ( come, issue forth )
    come forth
     A scream came from the woman's mouth
    A scream came from the woman's mouth
     His breath came hard
    His breath came hard
  • ( ) be a native of  ( come, hail )
    be a native of
     She hails from Kalamazoo
    She hails from Kalamazoo
  • ( ) extend or reach  ( come )
    extend or reach
     The water came up to my waist
    The water came up to my waist
     The sleeves come to your knuckles
    The sleeves come to your knuckles
  • ( ) cover a certain distance  ( come )
    cover a certain distance
     She came a long way
    She came a long way
  • ( ) exist or occur in a certain point in a series  ( come )
    exist or occur in a certain point in a series
     Next came the student from France
    Next came the student from France
  • ( ) happen as a result  ( come )
    happen as a result
     Nothing good will come of this
    Nothing good will come of this
  • ( ) come under, be classified or included  ( come, fall )
    come under, be classified or included
     fall into a category
    fall into a category
     This comes under a new heading
    This comes under a new heading
  • ( ) come to one's mind; suggest itself  ( come, occur )
    come to one's mind; suggest itself
     It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary
    It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary
     A great idea then came to her
    A great idea then came to her
  • ( ) be received  ( come, come in )
    be received
     News came in of the massacre in Rwanda
    News came in of the massacre in Rwanda
  • ( ) develop into  ( add up, amount, come )
    develop into
     This idea will never amount to anything
    This idea will never amount to anything
     nothing came of his grandiose plans
    nothing came of his grandiose plans
  • ( ) add up in number or quantity  ( add up, amount, come, number, total )
    add up in number or quantity
     The bills amounted to $2,000
    The bills amounted to $2,000
     The bill came to $2,000
    The bill came to $2,000
  • have a certain priority  ( come )
    have a certain priority
     My family comes first
    My family comes first
  • experience orgasm  ( come )
    experience orgasm
     she could not come because she was too upset
    she could not come because she was too upset
  • proceed or get along  ( come, do, fare, get along, make out )
    proceed or get along
     How is she doing in her new job?
    How is she doing in her new job?
     How are you making out in graduate school?
    How are you making out in graduate school?
     He's come a long way
    He's come a long way
  • come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example  ( come, derive, descend )
    come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example
     She was descended from an old Italian noble family
    She was descended from an old Italian noble family
     he comes from humble origins
    he comes from humble origins


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