30 Useful Collocations about COME in English | Expressions with COME, Collocations ,meaning and example sentences;
Meaning: almost do something
Example Sentence: Thet didn’t win the game, but they came close.
come under attack
Meaning: to be attacked
Example Sentence: The enemy forces suddenly came under attack.
Meaning: come soon, beforetime
Example Sentence: Alex, come early tomorrow.
come to an agreement
Meaning: bargain, covenant
Example Sentence: The jury have come to an agreement.
Meaning: come prominent, before, in advance
Example Sentence: In this life, my children come first.
come into view
Meaning: appear, come insight
Example Sentence: When you say no one can come, sometimes a person comes into view.
Meaning: come after
Example Sentence: The teacher’s sick, so come late.
come to decision
Meaning: decide, determine
Example Sentence: I think Prime minister can come to decision about global warming.
Meaning: to be available at a low price
Example Sentence: The notebooks don’t come cheap.
come clean about
Meaning: admit something to someone
Example Sentence: The my sons came clean about eating the meat.
come to life
Meaning: perk, liven up, liven, revive, freshen
Example Sentence: The refrigerator suddenly came to life.
come to an end
Meaning: to stop or end
Example Sentence: I’m enjoying my holiday, but it’s about to come to an end.
- come to a total of
come complete with
come to a stop
come into sth.
come to a compromise
come up with
come to life
come to a realization
come to terms with
come in last
come on time
come to power
come right back
come to sb’s rescue