(coming, came, past part come) to approach; to arrive; to reach; to happen (to); to originate; to turn out (to be); to occur in a certain order; to be derived or descended; to be caused; to result; to be available; (slang) to experience a sexual orgasm; (with about) to happen; (naut) to change to a new tack; (with across) to meet with unexpectedly; to communicate the intended information or impression; to provide what is expected; (slang) to pay up; (with along) to make progress; (with at) to find out; to attack; (with away) to get detached; to leave with; (with between) to cause the estrangement of (two people); (with by) to obtain, especially by chance; to pass; (with down) to descend; to fall; to suffer an illness; to leave university; (with down on) to reprimand; (with forward) to offer oneself for some duty, volunteer; (with from) (inf.) to have an awareness of the circumstances causing one's attitudes or actions; to understand what someone means; (with in) to enter, arrive; (race) to finish in a certain position; to perform a certain function; to become popular or fashionable; (money) to be received as income; to turn out to be; (with into) to enter; to receive as an inheritance; (with of) to result from; (with off) to become detached; to fall from; to emerge from or finish something in a specified way; to succeed; to be reduced in price, etc; (inf.) to happen; (informal) to have the intended effect; (with on) to advance, make progress; (electricity, etc) to begin functioning; to enter on to the stage or set; (with out) to become public or be published; to go on strike; to declare oneself in public; to present oneself openly as homosexual; to transpire; to make one's debut; (with over) to change sides; to communicate effectively; to make an impression; (inf.) to become affected with a certain feeling; (with round, around) to recover one's normal state; to look in as a visitor; to regain consciousness; to change one's opinion, accede to something; (with to) to regain consciousness, revive; (total) to amount to; (with through) to overcome; to survive; (with under) to be subjected to; to be classed among; (with up) to approach; to grow; to come to a higher place or rank; (sun) to rise; to occur; to arise for discussion, etc; (with upon) to discover or meet unexpectedly; (with up with) to overtake; to put forward for discussion.
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