The verb come is often used in numerous phrasal verbs in English. The basic meaning of the verb come – “come”, “go”, reminds catchenglish.ru. Driven phrasal verbs in English with come. Each phrasal verb has a translation, transcription, and deals with examples of usage.
about come [kʌm əˈbaʊt] – you must be
Synonyms: appear, happen
How did mathematics come about? — How did the math?
come across [kʌm əˈkrɔs] – to be clear, to run, to stumble
Synonyms: appear , seem
Did her report come across? Her report was clear?
We came across this fact when we were digging the hole We stumbled upon this fact when digging a hole.
after come [kʌm ˈɑːftə] – chase
Synonyms: pursue, chase, persecute, haunt, follow
I came across him from the school. I followed him from the school.
come along [kʌm əˈlɔŋ] – to accompany SMB., to go with SMB.
Synonyms: come, go along
She came along with us to the theatre. She went with us to the theater.
come apart [kʌm əˈpɑːt] – to break, to crumble, to disintegrate
Synonyms: fall apart, split up, break, separate
The toy just came apart in my hands. Toy fell apart in my hands.
come around [kʌm əˈraʊnd] – to go around; to go around, to go, to come, to come
Synonyms: come by
Why don’t you come around and see us one evening? — Why don’t you come to see us some evening?
come back [kʌm bæk] – return
Synonyms: return, rejoin, recover, go back, returnee
Is the player expected to come back? It may be a comeback player?
between come [kʌm bɪˈtwiːn] – to intervene
Synonyms: interfere, intervene, meddle
Never come between lovers. – Never interfere in the relationship of lovers.
by come [kʌm baɪ] – to go, to look, to get
Synonyms: come into, drop by, drop in
Why don’t you come by some afternoon and have tea with us? — Maybe you could stop by sometime after lunch for a Cup of tea?
Don’t you know where the best bread to come by? – You don’t know where to get the best bread?
come down [kʌm daʊn] to decrease, to decline, to descend, to go down
Synonyms: get down, descend, go down, fall, drop
The price came down. — The price has dropped.
Guys, come down. We have to go. – Guys, come on down. We have to go.
The old tower came down from wind. The old tower fell from the wind.
Come Down On
come down on [kʌm daʊn ɔn] – to criticize, to condemn
Don’t dare come down on her! – Don’t you dare judge her!
Come Down With
come down with [kʌm daʊn wɪð] – sick
Synonyms: fall ill
Many people came down with the flu this spring. – Many people have the flu this spring.
come for [fɔː kʌm] – to arrest, to detain
If you break the law, the police will come for you – If you break the law, the police arrest you.
come forward [kʌm ˈfɔːwəd] – stand out, be issued, to respond, to respond (to the call), to offer his candidacy
Synonyms: come forth
Many women came forward to help. — Many women have offered their help.
come from [kʌm frɔm] – happen to be a native
Synonyms: originate in
He comes from a family of Muslim people — He comes from a Muslim family.
come in [ɪn kʌm] – to enter, to participate, to play a role, to become fashionable
Synonyms: come, go in, get in, enter, include,
Come in and do not make noise. — Come and be quiet.
Unfortunately, the mini skirts are coming in. Unfortunately, mini-skirts are in Vogue.
come into [kʌm ˈɪntʊ] – to get an inheritance, to inherit
She came into a large sum of money when her uncle died. — On the death of her uncle, she inherited a large sum of money.
of come [kʌm ɔv] to be a result to follow from something
Synonyms: result from
No good will come of it — nothing will come of it.
off come [kʌm ɔf] – to leave, to leave, to break away, to come off
Synonyms: to come off, tear off, tear, break away
The button has come off. — A button has come off.
Do you see? The paper is coming off — do You see? The paper unstuck.
come on [ɔn kʌm] – to attack, to approach, to draw near
Synonyms: go on, appear, come nearer
A storm is coming on. — Approaching storm.
It feels like spring is coming on — a feeling that spring is approaching.
out come [kʌm aʊt] to come (in distant places, in another country), to leave, to get out, to leave
Synonyms: get out, emerge, appear, turn out, come forth, come, go out, leave
He often comes out — He is often on people.
I saw them when they came out to Russia last year. I saw them last year when they came to Russia.
over come [kʌm ˈəʊvə] – to come, to go, to leave, to move
Synonyms: come by, come across, visit, come
I came over to Ukraine in 2017. — I moved to Ukraine in 2017.
Why don’t you come over to our place one evening? — Why don’t you visit us one evening?
come round [kʌm raʊnd] – to rebound, to recover
She couldn’t came round after his death for a long time. — It is a long time to come to themselves after his death.
come through [kʌm θruː] – to penetrate, to seep; to climb, Rosaviatsia, to receive, to transfer, to survive
Synonyms: penetrate, permeate, manifest
Coming through! — Let me go!; Get off the sidewalk!
They came through the loss. — They have experienced loss.
The sun came through after hours of snow. — After long hours of snow the sun came out.
come together [kʌm təˈgeðə] – to unite, to reconcile, to agree
Synonyms: unite, join, combine, merge
We must come together if we want to win We must unite if we want to win.
under come [kʌm ˈʌndə] – to be
Synonyms: undergo, be subject to
All our ideas come under criticism of our partners. All our ideas are criticized by our partners.
come up [kʌm ʌp] to rise, to increase; to intensify, to increase, to approach, to draw near
Synonyms: come on, come on, rise up, muster, find, rise, scratch, arise
The temperature of our room should not come up — the Temperature of our room should not rise.
A child came up to me and asked for his ball. — Some kid came up to me and asked for his ball.
Come Up Against
come up against [kʌm ʌp əˈgenst] – to face, to confront
Synonyms: confront, resist
We came up against the total indifference – We are faced with indifference.
Come Up With
come up with [kʌm ʌp wɪð] – “come up”
Don’t worry, we’ll come up with something — don’t worry, we’ll figure something out.