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1 jön (vkihez/vhova)
She's coming this afternoon.
Look out - there's a car coming!
Can you come to my party?
If you're ever in Oxford, come and visit us.
I've come straight from the airport.
We have friends coming to stay this weekend.
The door opened and a nurse came into the room.
John will come and pick you up at 4 o'clock.
Come with me.
Come for a walk with us.
Would you like to come to the cinema with Sarah and me?
Has she come yet?
When does the post come?
Hasn't his train come in yet?
Do these trousers come in any other colour?
This dress comes in black and red.
Spring has come early.
The worst problems are still/yet to come.
The announcement came at a bad time.
She came second in the 100m race.
Z comes after Y in the alphabet.
Which king came after Edward?
April comes before May.
The book came apart in my hands.
The handle came off.
The door came open.
Singing came naturally to Louise.
come first mindennél előbbre való
Her career always comes first.
The new law comes into being next month.
In time she come to love him.
I come to believe that he was innocent after all.
She knew that the fraud would eventually come to light.
come to mind eszébe jut
I was thinking about who might be suitable for this job, and your name came to mind.
come to terms with sth belenyugszik vmibe
He still hasn't come to terms with his brother's death.
I forgot my purse but Anna came to the rescue and lent me some money.
come to think of it most jut eszembe (hogy ...)
Come to think of it, I've got two batteries that you can have upstairs.
come true valóra válik
I'd always dreamt of owning my own house, but I never thought it would come true.
After all the problems I'd had, Oliver's birth was a dream come true.
come under fire (idiom) erősen támadják (hevesen kritizálják)
The government has come under fire for closing the hospital.
How come you didn't go to the party?
take sth as it comes elfogadja úgy ahogy jön
With an illness like this you just have to take every day as it comes.
when it comes to sth/doing sth amikor vmiről van szó (egy új gondolat felvetése)
When it comes to baking cakes, she's an expert.
Hassan's English is coming along well.
be coming up hamarosan jön/megtörténik
My exams are coming up next month.
How did the idea for an arts festival come about?
He came across some of his old love letters in his wife's drawer.
He came across as shy.
She sometimes comes across as being rather arrogant.
His bitterness comes across in his poetry.
We're going to the cinema. Do you want to come along?
A taxi never comes along when you need one.
I gave up climbing when my first child came along.
I'll come back and pick you up in half an hour.
We've just come back from Amsterdam.
come between sb közéjük áll (megrontja a kapcsolatukat)
I won't let anything come between me and my children.
Cheap organic food is still difficult to come by.
A lot of trees came down in the storm.
Our plane came down in a field.
The snow came down during the night.
2 lemegy (átv.) (ár, infláció, stb.)
House prices have come down recently.
Inflation is coming down.
The success of the venture comes down to the commitment of those involved.
The whole family came down with food poisoning.
She comes from Italy.
Where do you come from?
Some of the best wines come from France.
Does that quote come from Shakespeare?
She could hear banging coming from the room upstairs.
Where will the money for the project come from?
1 bejön (egy helyre)
Do you want to come in for a cup of tea?
Hi, come in - lovely to see you!
We need people to help clean up, and that's where you come in.
come in for sth részesül vmiben (átv.) (pl. kritikában)
He came in for a lot of criticism for his remarks.
come in handy jól jön (informal)
Don't throw those jars away - they might come in handy.
come in useful jól jön
You should keep that paint - it might come in useful.
come into sth örököl vmit
Just after I left university, I came into a bit of money.
His attempt to impress us all didn't quite come off.
Come on! gyerünk! siess!
Come on or we'll be late!
The heating comes on at six in the morning.
I've got a cold coming on.
1 megjelenik (újság, könyv, film, stb.)
When does their new album come out?
It's really warm when the sun comes out.
Will this red wine stain come out?
The exam results come out in August.
5 megvallja másságát (homoszexuális)
He hasn't come out to his family.
I wanted to tell her that I loved her, but it came out all wrong.
The truth about him will come out in the end.
I hope something good can come out of this mess.
Come over here and I'll do your hair for you.
Are your family coming over from Greece for the wedding?
He came over as a sympathetic person.
come over sb elfog vmi vkit (érzés/érzelem)
I don't usually get so angry. I don't know what came over me.
Come round tonight and we'll watch a video.
I know Maria doesn't like you borrowing her car but she'll soon come round.
3 magához tér (visszanyeri az öntudatát)
When he came round, he couldn't remember what had happened.
Have the results of the tests come through yet?
We've had some hard times, but we've come through them.
come to sth
How much does it come to?
That comes to £50, please.
2 jut vmire/vmeddig (helyzetbe, állapotba)
I was sad when the evening came to an end.
I came to the conclusion that the relationship wasn't working.
That was when the Labour party came to power.
come under sth
Hairdressers come under 'beauty salons' in the Yellow Pages.
We came under a lot of pressure to leave the area.
They have come under criticism from local campaigners.
A young girl came up to me and asked for money.
What points came up at the meeting?
We watched the sun come up over the ocean.
If some work comes up, you should take it.
Sorry I'm late - a problem came up with the keys.
The images came up on the screen.
come up against sth ütközik/beleütközik vmibe (átv.) (problémába, akadályba)
She came up against a lot of sexism in her first engineering job.
come up with sth előáll vmivel (ötlettel, tervvel, stb.)
She's come up with some amazing scheme to double her income.
Lakcím, személyi iratok – Tehetség, ügyesség – Észlelés, észrevétel – Betegség, közérzet – Tünetek, fájdalmak – Biztonság, menedék – Takarítás, kerti munkák – Készlet, forgalom – Ár, díj, érték – Napkelte, napnyugta – Találkozás – Vendégség, összejövetel – Ellenszenv, elutasítás – Nemi kapcsolat – Anyagi helyzet, vagyon – Számítógép-használat – Keletkezik, feltűnik – Keres, talál – Történés – Helyzet, állapot – Kezd, kezdődik – Kap, szerez, választ – Darabol, tör, szakít – Ugrik, esik – Jön, érkezik – Sorrend – Csökkenés – Minősítés, besorolás – Bonyolult, problémás – Fontos, lényeges – Sikeres, eredményes – Fejlődés, hatékonyság – Hasznos, előnyös – Ok, cél, indok – Hatás, következmény – Kapcsolat, összefüggés, függőség – Tájékoztatás – Titok, leleplezés – Beszélgetés, társalgás – Iratok, dokumentáció – Megfontolás, döntés – Emlékezés, felejtés – Érzések, érzelmek – Nyugalom, megnyugvás – Céltalanság, hanyagság – Ösztönözés, motiválás, dicséret – Bírálat, felelősségre vonás – Témafelvetés, témaváltás
*Come magyarul, come jelentése, come példamondatok az angol tanulószótárban.