Collocations with come
Collocations are pairs of words or sequences of words which are often used together. Below you can learn the most common collocations with ‘come’ and read some examples.
Come clean about
Example: Mom, I need to come clean about the vase, I broke it not Tommy.
Example: The movie was so boring that I came close to walking out of the cinema.
Example: I always come early for meetings.
Example: For me family always comes first.
Come into view
Example: We were watching the stars when suddenly a shooting star came into view.
Example: Greg comes last in every race.
Example: You shouldn’t be late to meet your girlfriend’s parents.
Come on time
Example: The movie starts at 9 am. Please come on time.
Example: There is a test next week, come prepared.
Come right back
Example: Where’s Johnny? He went to get some coffee, he said he’ll come right back.
Come to a compromise
Example: We need to come to a compromise about our vacation plans.
Come to a decision
Example: The company board has come to a decision to let the senior manager go.
Come to an agreement
Example: During the meeting we came to an agreement to invest in the health market.
Come to an end
Example: I was sad to learn that my internship has come to an end.
Come to terms with
Example: It’s hard for me to come to terms with my divorce.
Come to life
Example: My idea to write a book came to life when I was talking with my childhood friend.
Come up with
Example: I couldn’t come up with any good ideas for my mom’s 50th birthday party.
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