Phrasal Verbs beginning with COME



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come about : happen

1. How did it come about that you lost your job?


come across : find something or meet somebody by chance
come upon : find something or meet somebody by chance

1. I came across some old friends when I was in Mumbai.
2. I came across this key in the back of the drawer.
3. She came upon a solution to the problem.


come by : obtain

1. I hope you came by the money honestly.


come by : receive by accident (or) happen to get

1. How did you come by that scar on your hand?


come off : take place

1. When does the cricket match come off?


come off : be successful

1. My trick came off.


come off : have or suffer a result

1. Suresh came off best in the fight.
2. She ran her car into a tree and came off with severe injuries.


come out : become known

1. The truth finally came out.


come out : be published

1. This newspaper comes out every Friday.


come out : be seen - as in a photograph (or) be developed

1. Rekha always comes out well in pictures.
2. How did the photos come out?


come out : (of meaning) become clear

1. The meaning comes out as you read further.


come round : regain consciousness
come to : regain consciousness

1. She fainted, but soon came round.


come round : change one’s opinion to another point of view
come to : change one’s opinion to another point of view

1. I don’t think he will come round to our opinion.


come round : settle a quarrel or argument
come to : settle a quarrel or argument

1. The couple often argues but soon come round.


come up : be mentioned or discussed

1. The question came up at the meeting.


come up : arise (or) happen

1. We will let you know if a vacancy comes up.







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