come

kʌm

Перевод:

Verb: приходить приезжать происходить прибывать

Фразы:

to come into contact with smth. - дотрагиваться до чего-л.

pleasure to come - предвкушаемое удовольствие

things to come - грядущее

to come to know smb. better - лучше узнать кого-л.

to come to find out - случайно обнаружить, узнать

to come into power - приходить к власти

to come to smb.'s attention / notice - доходить до кого-л., становиться известным кому-л.

light come light go - что досталось легко, быстро исчезает

to come into being / existence - возникать

to come into season - созревать, появляться в продаже

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Примеры:

My family comes first. - Для меня семья на первом месте.

Come on! - ну, давай!, /пошли!, взяли!, начали!/

He's come a long way. - Он проделал долгий путь. / Он приехал издалека.

What's come over her? - Что на неё нашло?

I've come for my parcel. - Я пришёл за своей посылкой.

Which way did you come? - Как ты сюда попал? / Каким путём ты сюда пришёл?

She comes of a good family. - Она происходит из хорошей семьи.

Will you be coming by train? - Вы приедете на поезде?

I'll come for you at 8 o'clock. - Я зайду за тобой в 8 часов.

What country do you come from? - Вы из какой страны?

When are you coming home tonight? - Когда ты сегодня вернешься домой?

Come and look at this! - Иди сюда, посмотри на это!

Has Mr Sharp come in yet? - Мистер Шарп уже на месте?

Mary came down the stairs. - Мэри спустилась по лестнице.

Has the train come through? - Поезд уже прибыл?

No good could come of it. - Из этого не могло получиться ничего хорошего.

These words come from Latin. - Эти слова латинского происхождения.

The wind came off the ocean. - С океана дул ветер.

He'll never come back to her. - Он никогда к ней не вернётся.

Nothing good will come of this. - Ничего хорошего из этого не выйдет.

Let me know when they come. - Сообщите мне, когда они появятся.

Has he come (down) to this? - Неужели он опустился до этого?

What is the world coming to? - К чему катится мир?

The phone bill hasn't come yet. - Счёт за телефон ещё не приходил.

She comes and goes at her will. - Она приходит и уходит, когда ей заблагорассудится.

I've come a long way to see you. - Я проделал долгий путь, чтобы увидеть вас.

This word comes on page 200. - Это слово встречается на двухсотой странице.

What has come of my blue bag? - Что сталось с моей синей сумкой?

The guard dog came for me. - Сторожевая собака бросилась ко мне.

I came from a race of fishers. - Я из рыбацкого рода.

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Фразовые глаголы:

When you say how or when something came about, you say how or when it happened.

If you come across something or someone, you find them or meet them by chance.

You tell someone to come along to encourage them in a friendly way to do something, especially to attend something.

If someone comes around or comes round to your house, they call there to see you.

If a person or animal comes at you, they move towards you in a threatening way and try to attack you.

If something that you had forgotten comes back to you, you remember it.

If you come back to a topic or point, you talk about it again later.

If someone or something comes between two people, or comes between a person and a thing, they make the relationship or connection between them less close or happy.

To come by something means to obtain it or find it.

If the cost, level, or amount of something comes down, it becomes less than it was before.

If you come down on one side of an argument, you declare that you support that side.

If a problem, decision, or question comes down to a particular thing, that thing is the most important factor involved.

If you come down with an illness, you get it.

If people such as soldiers or police come for you, they come to find you, usually in order to harm you or take you away, for example to prison.

If someone comes forward, they offer to do something or to give some information in response to a request for help.

If information, a report, or a telephone call comes in, it is received.

If someone or something comes in for criticism or blame, they receive it.

If someone comes into some money, some property, or a title, they inherit it.

If something comes off, it is successful or effective.

You say ' Come on' to someone to encourage them to do something they do not much want to do.

When you come on to a particular topic, you start discussing it.

When a new product such as a book or CD comes out, it becomes available to the public.

If you come out in spots, you become covered with them.

If you come out with a remark, especially a surprising one, you make it.

If a feeling or desire, especially a strange or surprising one, comes over you, it affects you strongly.

to be restored to life or consciousness

To come through a dangerous or difficult situation means to survive it and recover from it.

When someone who is unconscious comes to, they recover consciousness.

If you come under attack or pressure, for example, people attack you or put pressure on you.

If someone comes up or comes up to you, they approach you until they are standing close to you.

If you come up against a problem or difficulty, you are faced with it and have to deal with it.

When someone or something comes up for consideration or action of some kind, the time arrives when they have to be considered or dealt with.

If you come upon someone or something, you meet them or find them by chance.

To be coming up to a time or state means to be getting near to it.

If you come up with a plan or idea, you think of it and suggest it.

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Связанные термины:

misbecome: to be unbecoming to or unsuitable for

come come: People say ' Come, come ' to indicate that they disapprove of or disagree with what someone has just said or done.

come at: If a person or animal comes at you, they move towards you in a threatening way and try to attack you.

come by: To come by something means to obtain it or find it.

come in: If information, a report, or a telephone call comes in, it is received.

come it: to pretend ; act a part

come of: to be descended from

come on: You say ' Come on' to someone to encourage them to do something they do not much want to do.

come to: When someone who is unconscious comes to, they recover consciousness.

come up: If someone comes up or comes up to you, they approach you until they are standing close to you.

to come: When you refer to a time or an event to come or one that is still to come, you are referring to a future time or event.

come and: to move towards a particular person or thing or accompany a person with some specified purpose

come away: to become detached

come back: If something that you had forgotten comes back to you, you remember it.

come down: If the cost, level, or amount of something comes down, it becomes less than it was before.

come for: If people such as soldiers or police come for you, they come to find you, usually in order to harm you or take you away, for example to prison .

come from: to be or have been a resident or native (of)

come good: to recover and perform well after a bad start or setback

come home: (of an anchor ) to fail to hold

come into: If someone comes into some money, some property, or a title, they inherit it.

come off: If something comes off, it is successful or effective .

come out: When a new product such as a book or CD comes out, it becomes available to the public.

come over: If a feeling or desire, especially a strange or surprising one, comes over you, it affects you strongly.

come true: If a dream, wish, or prediction comes true, it actually happens .

come upon: If you come upon someone or something, you meet them or find them by chance .

how come?: what is the reason that?

come about: When you say how or when something came about, you say how or when it happened.

come across: If you come across something or someone, you find them or meet them by chance .

come again?: Some people say ' Come again? ' when they want you to repeat what you have just said .

come alive to bring something alive: If people, places, or events come alive, they start to be lively again after a quiet period. If someone or something brings them alive, they cause them to come alive.

come along: You tell someone to come along to encourage them in a friendly way to do something, especially to attend something.

come around: If someone comes around or comes round to your house, they call there to see you.

come clean: to tell the truth about something

come first: If you say that someone or something comes first for a particular person, you mean they treat or consider that person or thing as more important than anything else.

come-hither: alluring ; seductive

come online: (of a power station or other source of energy) to begin to contribute to a distribution network

come round: to be restored to life or consciousness

come under: If you come under attack or pressure, for example, people attack you or put pressure on you.

come between: If someone or something comes between two people, or comes between a person and a thing, they make the relationship or connection between them less close or happy .

come forward: If someone comes forward, they offer to do something or to give some information in response to a request for help .

come on to: When you come on to a particular topic, you start discussing it.

come through: To come through a dangerous or difficult situation means to survive it and recover from it.

come unglued: If something comes unglued, it becomes separated from the thing that it was attached to.

come unstuck: If something comes unstuck, it becomes separated from the thing that it was attached to.

come up to: To be coming up to a time or state means to be getting near to it.

kingdom come: the next world; life after death

come-all-ye: a street ballad or folk song

come-at-able: easy to approach, enter, use, or understand

come back to: If you come back to a topic or point, you talk about it again later.

come down on: If you come down on one side of an argument, you declare that you support that side.

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Однокоренные слова:

come about - происходить, случаться, менять направление
come across - натолкнуться, повстречаться, набрести, выложить, случайно встретиться
come along - идти, сопровождать, соглашаться
come apart - распадаться на части, развалиться на части
come around - подойти, приближаться
come away - уходить, отламываться, отходить
come back - возвращаться, воротиться, отплатить той же монетой, вспоминаться, очнуться
come by - проходить мимо, заходить, получать, проходить, унаследовать, приобретать
come down - спускаться, опускаться, падать, набрасываться, ниспадать, рушиться, бранить, спадать
come forward - выдвигаться, предлагать свои услуги, откликаться, выходить вперед
come in - входить, поступать, прибывать, пригодиться, вступать, прийти к финишу
come off - отрываться, соскочить, сходить, отлипать, слезать, смываться, удаляться, происходить
come on - появляться, наступать, возникать, натыкаться, расти, наскакивать, приближаться
come out - выходить, выступить, вылезать, появляться, выскочить, проявляться, выезжать
come over - приезжать, овладеть, переезжать, перехитрить, переходить на другую сторону
come round - приходить в себя, заходить, заглянуть, обойти, обойти кругом, заезжать
come through - проникать, перенести, проходить внутрь, проходить насквозь
come to - доходить до, приходить в себя, стоить, очнуться, равняться, наконец-то поумнеть
come together - собираться вместе, объединяться, сходиться
come up - подойти, подниматься, возникать, достигать, доходить, приезжать, всходить

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