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Meaning & Definition of Come in English

English

Come

/kəm/

noun

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

    synonym:
  • semen
  • ,
  • seed
  • ,
  • seminal fluid
  • ,
  • ejaculate
  • ,
  • cum
  • ,
  • come

verb

1. Move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody

  • "He came singing down the road"
  • "Come with me to the casbah"
  • "Come down here!"
  • "Come out of the closet!"
  • "Come into the room"
    synonym:
  • come
  • ,
  • come up

2. Reach a destination

  • Arrive by movement or progress
  • "She arrived home at 7 o'clock"
  • "She didn't get to chicago until after midnight"
    synonym:
  • arrive
  • ,
  • get
  • ,
  • come

3. Come to pass

  • Arrive, as in due course
  • "The first success came three days later"
  • "It came as a shock"
  • "Dawn comes early in june"
    synonym:
  • come

4. Reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position

  • "The water came to a boil"
  • "We came to understand the true meaning of life"
  • "Their anger came to a boil"
  • "I came to realize the true meaning of life"
  • "The shoes came untied"
  • "Come into contact with a terrorist group"
  • "His face went red"
  • "Your wish will come true"
    synonym:
  • come

5. To be the product or result

  • "Melons come from a vine"
  • "Understanding comes from experience"
    synonym:
  • come
  • ,
  • follow

6. Be found or available

  • "These shoes come in three colors
  • The furniture comes unassembled"
    synonym:
  • come

7. Come forth

  • "A scream came from the woman's mouth"
  • "His breath came hard"
    synonym:
  • issue forth
  • ,
  • come

8. Be a native of

  • "She hails from kalamazoo"
    synonym:
  • hail
  • ,
  • come

9. Extend or reach

  • "The water came up to my waist"
  • "The sleeves come to your knuckles"
    synonym:
  • come

10. Exist or occur in a certain point in a series

  • "Next came the student from france"
    synonym:
  • come

11. Cover a certain distance

  • "She came a long way"
    synonym:
  • come

12. Come under, be classified or included

  • "Fall into a category"
  • "This comes under a new heading"
    synonym:
  • fall
  • ,
  • come

13. Happen as a result

  • "Nothing good will come of this"
    synonym:
  • come

14. Add up in number or quantity

  • "The bills amounted to $2,000"
  • "The bill came to $2,000"
    synonym:
  • total
  • ,
  • number
  • ,
  • add up
  • ,
  • come
  • ,
  • amount

15. Develop into

  • "This idea will never amount to anything"
  • "Nothing came of his grandiose plans"
    synonym:
  • come
  • ,
  • add up
  • ,
  • amount

16. Be received

  • "News came in of the massacre in rwanda"
    synonym:
  • come
  • ,
  • come in

17. Come to one's mind

  • Suggest itself
  • "It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary"
  • "A great idea then came to her"
    synonym:
  • occur
  • ,
  • come

18. Come from

  • Be connected by a relationship of blood, for example
  • "She was descended from an old italian noble family"
  • "He comes from humble origins"
    synonym:
  • derive
  • ,
  • come
  • ,
  • descend

19. Proceed or get along

  • "How is she doing in her new job?"
  • "How are you making out in graduate school?"
  • "He's come a long way"
    synonym:
  • do
  • ,
  • fare
  • ,
  • make out
  • ,
  • come
  • ,
  • get along

20. Experience orgasm

  • "She could not come because she was too upset"
    synonym:
  • come

21. Have a certain priority

  • "My family comes first"
    synonym:
  • come

Examples of using

A Mr. Sakaki has come to see you.
Get out of my life, and don't come back.
Please come right now.