Definitions for come

Definitions for (noun) come

Main entry: seed, semen, seminal fluid, ejaculate, cum, come

Definition: the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract

Definitions for (verb) come

Main entry: come

Definition: come to pass; arrive, as in due course

Usage: The first success came three days later; It came as a shock; Dawn comes early in June

Main entry: come

Definition: be found or available

Usage: These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled

Main entry: come

Definition: happen as a result

Usage: Nothing good will come of this

Main entry: come

Definition: reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position

Usage: The water came to a boil; We came to understand the true meaning of life; Their anger came to a boil; I came to realize the true meaning of life; The shoes came untied; come into contact with a terrorist group; his face went red; your wish will come true

Main entry: come

Definition: have a certain priority

Usage: My family comes first

Main entry: come, occur

Definition: come to one's mind; suggest itself

Usage: It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary; A great idea then came to her

Main entry: come

Definition: cover a certain distance

Usage: She came a long way

Main entry: come, come up

Definition: move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody

Usage: He came singing down the road; Come with me to the Casbah; come down here!; come out of the closet!; come into the room

Main entry: come, arrive, get

Definition: reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress

Usage: She arrived home at 7 o'clock; She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight

Main entry: come, come in

Definition: be received

Usage: News came in of the massacre in Rwanda

Main entry: come

Definition: experience orgasm

Usage: she could not come because she was too upset

Main entry: fare, get along, come, do, make out

Definition: proceed or get along

Usage: How is she doing in her new job?; How are you making out in graduate school?; He's come a long way

Main entry: come, follow

Definition: to be the product or result

Usage: Melons come from a vine; Understanding comes from experience

Main entry: come, add up, amount

Definition: develop into

Usage: This idea will never amount to anything; nothing came of his grandiose plans

Main entry: number, total, come, add up, amount

Definition: add up in number or quantity

Usage: The bills amounted to $2,000; The bill came to $2,000

Main entry: come

Definition: extend or reach

Usage: The water came up to my waist; The sleeves come to your knuckles

Main entry: come, fall

Definition: come under, be classified or included

Usage: fall into a category; This comes under a new heading

Main entry: derive, descend, come

Definition: come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example

Usage: She was descended from an old Italian noble family; he comes from humble origins

Main entry: come, hail

Definition: be a native of

Usage: She hails from Kalamazoo

Main entry: come

Definition: exist or occur in a certain point in a series

Usage: Next came the student from France

Main entry: come, issue forth

Definition: come forth

Usage: A scream came from the woman's mouth; His breath came hard

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