来る, 至る, 参る, 来たる, いく, いらっしゃる, 生き返る, 伸し掛かる
Noun(1) the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
Verb(1) move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody(2) reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress(3) come to pass; arrive, as in due course(4) reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position(5) to be the product or result(6) be found or available(7) come forth(8) be a native of(9) extend or reach(10) exist or occur in a certain point in a series(11) cover a certain distance(12) come under, be classified or included(13) happen as a result(14) add up in number or quantity(15) develop into(16) be received
(1) a chance like this doesn't come along every day(2) So far, though, none of the progressive groups that come readily to mind seem interested.(3) Saying that, the siege mentality that the players have displayed will doubtless be beneficial come Euro 2004.(4) prisons come well down the list of priorities(5) This is the final so come and laugh at the ones that made it.(6) If they get upset, they may become curious and come near the boat.(7) There were those investors who at least did come and started some ventures of some kind.(8) prisons come far down the list of priorities(9) And now you come and sit with me and look at our viewers and say here's the truth.(10) come and live with me(11) If I wasn't happy with that, I don't think I would have come and spoken to the chairman, although I am glad in a way that I did.(12) Both men suffered facial injuries and one needed surgery to stitch together a piece of skin that had come apart from the left side of his nose.(13) So come and enjoy the event and let's all have a safe and fun-filled day.(14) Sometimes it gets almost to Christmas Eve and nothing has come and then suddenly it's there.(15) we have certainly come a long way since Aristotle(16) Had I ever to garden in a limited space, two plants that would come high on my priority list would be green beans and garlic.
1. move nearer ::
2. arrive ::
3. reach ::
4. extend to ::
5. be from ::
6. happen ::
7. be available ::
8. issue forth ::
9. come up ::
10. get ::
11. come in ::
12. amount ::
13. follow ::
14. derive ::
15. hail ::
16. occur ::
17. fall ::
18. get along ::
19. seed ::
1. go ::
2. retreat ::
3. withdraw ::
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Word Example from TV Shows
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Guys, COME on,
we're meeting everyone for dinner.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 24
All right, let's assume
your dreams COME true.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
No, Bert, COME on.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 13
Look how far we've all COME.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 11
Amy, I didn't want it to COME to this.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8
English to Japanese Dictionary: come
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