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come (v.)

elementary运动的不及物动词,古英语 cuman ,"以达到或使达到某点为目的而运动;通过运动或进展而到达;"也"移入视野,出现,成为可感知的;来到自己身边,恢复;到达;集合"(四级强动词。过去时 cuomcom ,过去分词 cumen ),来自于原日耳曼语 *kwem- (也是古撒克逊语 cuman ,古弗里斯兰语 kuma ,中荷兰语 comen ,荷兰语 komen ,古高德语 queman ,德语 kommen ,古北欧语 koma ,哥特语 qiman ),来自于PIE根 *gwa- "去,来"。"

-m- , -n- , 或 -r- 之前,用中英文 -o- 替代古英文 -u- ,是minims之前的一种抄写习惯,以避免误读旧式笔迹中的字母,将它们卡在一起。这种做法同样改变了 somemonktongueworm 。现代过去时形式 came 是中古英语,可能来自古北欧语 kvam ,取代古英语 cuom

意思是"发生,发生"是从12世纪初( come to pass "发生,发生"是1520年代的)。)作为对行动的邀请,14世纪;作为对人的召唤或呼吁(通常以扩展形式:"来,来","来,现在"),14世纪中叶。 Come again? 作为问"你说什么?"的一种不经意的方式,在1884年得到证实。关于性的意义,见 cum

与介词搭配使用,效果显著(NTC的"短语动词词典"列出了198种组合);考虑到以下的各种意义 come to "恢复意识" come over "拥有"(作为一种情感)。 come at "攻击" come on 认真点啊 come off "发生,有一定程度的成功"(1864)。其他常见的表述还有:

To come down with 1895年,"生病"(一种疾病)。 come in ,一个无线电操作员, "开始说话," 1958年。 come on "推进成长或发展," 17世纪。 come out ,一个年轻女子的,"使正式进入社会,"1782。 come round "回到一个正常的状态或更好的条件," 1841年。 come through "如愿以偿或预期的行动",1914年。 come up "出现作为一个关注的主题," 1844。 come up with "产生,呈现,"1934。

have it coming "罪有应得"是1904年的。要 come right down to it "get to fundamental facts"出自1875年。

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Definitions of come from WordNet
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come (v.)
move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody;
come down here!
come out of the closet!
come into the room
He came singing down the road
Synonyms: come up
come (v.)
reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress;
Synonyms: arrive / get
come (v.)
come to pass; arrive, as in due course;
It came as a shock
Dawn comes early in June
The first success came three days later
come (v.)
reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position;
I came to realize the true meaning of life
The shoes came untied
your wish will come true
We came to understand the true meaning of life
Their anger came to a boil
come into contact with a terrorist group
The water came to a boil
come (v.)
to be the product or result;
Understanding comes from experience
Melons come from a vine
Synonyms: follow
come (v.)
be found or available; "These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled";
come (v.)
come forth;
His breath came hard
A scream came from the woman's mouth
Synonyms: issue forth
come (v.)
be a native of;
Synonyms: hail
come (v.)
extend or reach;
The water came up to my waist
The sleeves come to your knuckles
come (v.)
exist or occur in a certain point in a series;
Next came the student from France
come (v.)
cover a certain distance;
She came a long way
come (v.)
come under, be classified or included;
This comes under a new heading
Synonyms: fall
come (v.)
happen as a result;
Nothing good will come of this
come (v.)
add up in number or quantity;
The bill came to $2,000
Synonyms: total / number / add up / amount
come (v.)
develop into;
nothing came of his grandiose plans
Synonyms: add up / amount
come (v.)
be received;
News came in of the massacre in Rwanda
Synonyms: come in
come (v.)
come to one's mind; suggest itself;
A great idea then came to her
Synonyms: occur
come (v.)
come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example;
he comes from humble origins
Synonyms: derive / descend
come (v.)
proceed or get along;
He's come a long way
Synonyms: do / fare / make out / get along
come (v.)
experience orgasm;
she could not come because she was too upset
come (v.)
have a certain priority;
My family comes first
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come (n.)
the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract;
Synonyms: semen / seed / seminal fluid / ejaculate / cum
From wordnet.princeton.edu