Phrasal verbs with come

Alicia Velasco Kohlhaas
Flashcards by Alicia Velasco Kohlhaas, updated more than 1 year ago
Alicia Velasco Kohlhaas
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Aprende de una manera divertida todos los phrasal verbs con 'come'.

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Come about Suceder, ocurrir The meeting came about because both side were sick of fighting.
Come across Toparse con alguien / Acceder a tener sexo con alguien / dar la impresión de... I came across my old photos- I look better now!
Come after Perseguir Why do you come after me?
Come along Acompañar / Progresar / Moverse rápido, seguir el ritmo May I come along on your trip tomorrow?
Come apart Deshacerse / Caerse a pedazos It came apart when I tried to lift it off the plate.
Come around Recuperar la conciencia It took several hours before he came around.
Come around to Aceptar algo que tenías previamente / Dejarse convencer / Ponerse de acuerdo con She hesitated for a long time, but eventually we got Jack to come around.
Come back Volver Marty, I've just came back from the future!
Come before Comparecer ante Glenn Quagmire came before the court on charges of exhibition.
Come by Pasarse, visitar / Encontrar, dar con algo I'll come by after classes and see if you need any help.
Come close Acercarse a We're never come close to that amount of money.
Come down Llover / Desmoronarse, estar de bajón Just look at the rain coming down! I'm not going out in that.
Come down on/upon Meter una buena bronca The manager came down on him for losing the contract.
Come down to Ser esencialmente / Ser cuestión de It all comes down to a question of who tries hardest.
Come down with Caer enfermo He came down with a virus.
Come forward Dar un paso al frente / Presentarse ante la policía / Ofrecerse The police hope that some witness to the shooting will come forward with information.
Come forth Aparecer An actor came forth from the audience and asked questions.
Come forth with Proporcionar información None of the witnesses came forth with an accurate description of the gang.
Come from Provenir de (ciudad o país de origen) She comes from Spain.
Come in Entrar, pasar / Meterse, involucrarse /Terminar en una posición It's just that he's too afraid to come in.
Come in for Venir para / Sufrir I'm guessing he didn't want to come in for questioning.
Come into Ser importante, relevante / Entrar en posesión de, heredar She came into a fortune when her father died.
Come into use Empezar a utilizarse On 1 January the euro will come into use.
Come off Dejar las drogas / Tener éxito / Cuando algo se rompe The brown pearls came off the necklace.
Come off it ¡Venga ya! (no me lo puedo creer) Come off it; tell her the truth.
Come on Dar ánimos / Flirtear / Venir una enfermedad, una inclemencia del tiempo Come on; don't give up now when you're so close.
Come out Revelar un secreto, hacer público / Emerger / Salir del armario The details of the scandal came out in the press.
Come out in Tener un problema de piel She came out in a nasty rash.
Come out of Recuperar la conciencia After three years, he came out of the coma.
Come out with Lanzar al mercado / Decir algo inesperado públicamente They have just come out with a new version.
Come over Hacerse entender / Sentirse raro / Afectar emocionalmente I came over all faint and weak because my sugar level was low.
Come round Recuperarse de una anestesia, recobrar el sentido / cambiar tu opinión / Volver a suceder She came round after the operation.
Come through Llegar (mensajes, info) / Comunicar una emoción / Producir un resultado News is coming through of major accident on the M25.
Come through with Facilitar algo necesario He didn't come through with the money and they went bust.
Come to Recuperarse de una anestesia, recobrar el sentido She came to an hour after the operation.
Come under Sufrir de repente / Ser la responsabilidad de Our armies have come under heavy bombardment.
Come up Aparecer / Ascender, elevarse, acercarse / Salir el sol She wants me to come up to her office in five minutes.
Come up against Encontrar problemas o dificultades They came up against a lot of opposition in their plans.
Come up with Pensar una solución, una excusa, etc Nobody could come up with a satisfactory explanation for the accident.
Come upon Encontrar por casualidad I came upon the book in a little second-hand bookshop.
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