List of common collocations with COME.
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- 1 Come clean about
- 2 Come close
- 3 Come complete with
- 4 Come early
- 5 Come first
- 6 Come into view
- 7 Come last
- 8 Come on time
- 9 Come prepared
- 10 Come right back
- 11 Come to a compromise
- 12 Come to a conclusion
- 13 Come to a decision
- 14 Come to a realization
- 15 Come to a stop
- 16 Come to an agreement
- 17 Come to an end
- 18 Come to life
- 19 Come to sb’s rescue
- 20 Come to terms with
- 21 Come under attack
- 22 Come up with
Come clean about
- Mom, I need to come clean about the vase, I broke it not Tommy.
- The movie was so boring that I came close to walking out of the cinema.
Come complete with
- Our machines come complete with a ten-year warranty.
- I always come early for meetings.
- For me family always comes first.
Come into view
- We were watching the stars when suddenly a shooting star came into view.
- Greg comes last in every race.
Come on time
- The movie starts at 9 am. Please come on time.
- There is a test next week, come prepared.
Come right back
- Where’s Johnny? He went to get some coffee, he said he’ll come right back.
Come to a compromise
- We need to come to a compromise about our vacation plans.
Come to a conclusion
- The debate did not come to a conclusion until yesterday.
Come to a decision
- We must come to a decision about what to do next by tomorrow.
Come to a realization
- I have just come to a realization!
Come to a stop
- Suddenly the music came to a stop.
Come to an agreement
- It is great that we were able to come to an agreement.
Come to an end
- I wondered if my football career was coming to an end.
Come to life
- One team will try to make those four stories come to life.
Come to sb’s rescue
- He was about to drop a huge tray of dishes when Brad came to his rescue.
Come to terms with
- He had to figure out how to come to terms with her.
Come under attack
- The new policy has come under attack by environmentalists.
Come up with
- I couldn’t come up with any good ideas for my mom’s 50th birthday party.
Useful collocations with COME in English.