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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• come a cropper
落马,垮台,失败。摔跟头。
• come a howler
[俚]出事故。遭到失败。遭到失败。
• come a mucker
重重跌倒。失败。
• come about
发生,产生,改变方向。发生,转向。
• come across
来到,偶遇,<口>给人印象深刻。不期而遇,交付。
• come across with
偿付。
• come adrift
(船等)随波逐流。脱节。离题。
• come after
跟着...来,跟在...后面。
• come again
回来,回去,重新赶上去。
• come alive
活跃起来,觉悟起来,看起来像真的一样。
• come along
出现,发生,进步。陪伴。
• come amiss
不称心,不合适,不受欢迎。
• come and get it
[美口](饭预备好了)请过来吃吧!。
• come and go
来来往往。
• come and go upon
信赖,信任。有行动自由。
• come and have a pickle
请来吃便饭。
• come apart
裂开。破裂。垮下来,崩溃。
• come apart at the seams
裂缝。
• come around
恢复知觉,回来。
• come at
袭击,达到,得到。到达,攻击。
• come away
离开,离开时留下(印象)。离开。
• come away empty
空手而回。
• come away none the wiser
结果还是一点也不明白而归。
• come back
回来,在记忆中重现,复原,恢复,反驳。
• come back again like a bad penny
不要它偏又回来,挥去复来。
• come back again like a half penny
不要它偏又回来,挥去复来。
• come back again like a shilling
不要它偏又回来,挥去复来。
• come back home
回家。
• come back to earth
回到现实。
• come before
在...之前来,在...之上。


come

come的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [kʌm]
KK音标发音: [kʌm]

come的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

came[k3m] comecomingcomes

1. To advance toward the speaker or toward a specified place; approach:
来:走向说话者或到一特定位置;接近:

用法与例句:

Come to me.
到我这儿来

2. To advance in a specified manner:
按一定方式前进:

用法与例句:

The children came reluctantly when I insisted.
在我坚持下,孩子们勉强来了

3. To make progress; advance:
进步;前进:

用法与例句:

a former drug addict who has come a long way.
一位过去很长一段时间吸毒的瘾君子

4. To fare:
演变:

用法与例句:

How are things coming today? They're coming fine.
你今天好吗?他们过得不错

5. To reach a particular point in a series or as a result of orderly progression:
经历许多过程达到某点:在一系列有序前进或成为有序前进的结果中达到一特定点:

用法与例句:

At last we came to the chapter on ergonomics.
我们终于念到了人类工程学这一章

6. To arrive, as in due course:
在适当的途径中到来:

用法与例句:

Dawn comes at 5 am in June.
在六月,上午 五点天就亮了

7. To move into view; appear:
进入视线;出现:

用法与例句:

The moon came over the horizon.
月亮出现在地平线上

8. To occur in time; take place:
及时出现;发生:

用法与例句:

“In the . . . saloon . . . the sawdust on the floor gets changed biweekly come fog, downpour or the occasional shard of sunlight”(Paul A Witteman)
“在大厅里,…地板上的锯木屑两周一次地变成尘雾、倾盆大雨或日光下偶尔出现的碎片”(保罗A维特曼)

9. To arrive at a particular result or end:
达到特定结果:

用法与例句:

come to an understanding.
达到谅解

10. To arrive at or reach a particular state or condition:
达到特定状况:

用法与例句:

Come to your senses!
醒一醒

11. To move or be brought to a particular position:
移到或被带到特定位置:

用法与例句:

The convoy came to an abrupt halt.
护送队突然停住

12. To extend; reach:
扩展,达到:

用法与例句:

water that came to my waist.
水已达到我的腰部

13. To have priority; rank:
有优先权;等级在…之上:

用法与例句:

My work comes first.
我的工作是第一位的

14. To reach a particular condition or to arrive at a specified viewpoint:
达到特定条件或特定观点:

用法与例句:

I have come to view the issue in a different light. How did you come to know that?
我对这个问题有不同的见解。你怎么知道的这件事?

15. To happen as a result:
最终发生:

用法与例句:

This comes of your carelessness.
这由于你疏忽引起

16. To fall to one:
出自于:

用法与例句:

No good can come of this.
这件事没有什么好处

17. To occur in the mind:
想到:

用法与例句:

A good idea just came to me.
我恰有一个好想法

18. To issue forth:
发出:

用法与例句:

A cry came from the frightened child.
哭声来自受惊的孩子

19. To be derived; originate:
被导出;源于:

用法与例句:

Oaks come from acorns.
橡木来自橡树子

20. To be descended:
出生:

用法与例句:

They come from a good family.
他们出身良好

21. To be within a given range or spectrum of reference or application:
在给定范围内,在参考或应用领域中:

用法与例句:

This stipulation comes within the terms of your contract.
此规定合乎你的合同项目

22. To be a native or resident of:
来自或居住于:

用法与例句:

My friend comes from Chicago.
我的朋友来自芝加哥

23. To add up to a certain amount:
加到一定量:

用法与例句:

Expenses came to more than income.
支出超过收入

24. To become:
变成:

用法与例句:

The knot came loose. This is a dream that has come true.
结变松了。这是一个实现了的梦想

25. To turn out to be:
成为:

用法与例句:

A good education doesn't come cheap.
良好教育的费用不菲

26. To be available or obtainable:
可用或可获得:

用法与例句:

shoes that come in all sizes.
有各种尺寸的鞋子

27. Vulgar Slang To experience orgasm.
【粗俗用语】 【俚语】 体验兴奋高潮

come的词性:
n.Vulgar Slang (名词)【粗俗用语】 【俚语】

28. Semen.
精液

29. To take place; happen.
出现;发生

30. To turn around.
转向

31. Nautical To change tack.
【航海】 改变航向

32. To meet or find by chance:
偶然遇到或找到:

用法与例句:

came across my old college roommate in town today.
今天在镇上遇到我大学的老同学

33. Slang
【俚语】

34. To do what is wanted.
做所想做的

35. To pay over money that is demanded:
付要求的钱:

用法与例句:

came across with the check.
开支票支付

36. To give an impression:
给予印象:

用法与例句:

“He comes across as a very sincere, religious individual”(William L Clay)
“他给人的印象是一个很虔诚的、笃实的人”(威廉L克莱)

37. To make advances to a goal; progress:
进展:对一个目标有进步;前进:

用法与例句:

Things are coming along fine.
事情进展顺利

38. To go with someone else who takes the lead:
跟随:与另一个带头的人走:

用法与例句:

I'll come along on the hike.
我将徒步旅行来

39. To show up; appear:
表现;出现:

用法与例句:

Don't take the first offer that comes along.
不要采取他人的第一个提议

40. To recover, revive:
恢复,还原:

用法与例句:

fainted but soon came around.
昏迷但马上苏醒

41. To change one's opinion or position:
改变某人意见或立场:

用法与例句:

You'll come around after you hear the whole story.
你听到整个故事之后你会明白

42. To obtain; get:
获得;得到:

用法与例句:

come at an education through study.
经由研究得到教育

43. To rush at; attack.
对…冲击;攻击

44. To return to or regain past success after a period of misfortune.
东山再起:在一段不幸之后回到或再获得过去的成功

45. To retort; reply:
反驳;回答:

用法与例句:

came back with a sharp riposte.
以尖锐的反驳回答

46. To recur to the memory:
再现记忆:

用法与例句:

When I saw the picture, happy memories came back.
当我看到这照片,美好的回忆又再度浮现

47. To gain possession of; acquire:
占有;取得:

用法与例句:

Mortgages are hard to come by.
抵押难以获得

48. To pay a visit.
访问

49. To lose wealth or position:
失去财富或地位:

用法与例句:

He has really come down in the world.
他在这个世界上真的失去了地位

50. To pass or be handed down by tradition:
传承:按习惯通过或处理:

用法与例句:

customs that come down from colonial times.
从殖民时代传承下来的惯例

51. To be handed down from a higher authority:
宣判:从更高权威传下来:

用法与例句:

An indictment finally came down.
终于宣判起诉

52. Slang To happen; occur:
【俚语】 发生;出现:

用法与例句:

What's coming down tonight?
今晚发生了什么事情?

53. To arrive:
到达:

用法与例句:

Fall clothes will be coming in soon.
秋装即将上市

54. To become available for use:
成为可用:

用法与例句:

New weather information just came in.
新气象信息刚被采用

55. To start producing. Used of an oil well.
开始生产。用于油井

56. To arrive among those who finish a contest or race:
比赛名次:在完成比赛的那些人中达到:

用法与例句:

came in fifth.
第五名

57. To perform or function in a particular way:
按特殊方法执行或运作:

用法与例句:

A food processor comes in handy.
食品加工处理机用来十分便利

58. To reply in a specified manner to a call or signal:
以特定方式回应:对电话或信号按特定方式回答:

用法与例句:

The pilot's voice came in loud and clear.
飞行员回应的声音大而清晰

59. To take on a specified role:
承办规定的任务:

用法与例句:

When editorial review commences, that's where you come in.
编辑复审开始时,那有你要做的工作

60. To acquire, especially as an inheritance:
获得,尤指遗产:

用法与例句:

She came into a fortune on her 21st birthday.
她在二十一岁生日的时获得了一笔遗产

61. To happen; occur:
发生,出现:

用法与例句:

The trip came off on schedule.
旅行按计划得到实现

62. To acquit oneself:
表现:

用法与例句:

She is sure to come off badly if challenged to explain.
如果被要求解释,她肯定表现得很差

63. To turn out to be successful:
结果是成功的:

用法与例句:

a party that came off.
成功的晚会

64. To convey a particular personal image:
表现个人特定形象:

用法与例句:

comes on as an old-fashioned reactionary.
表现出象保守主义者

65. Slang To show sexual interest in someone:
【俚语】 对某人有性兴趣:

用法与例句:

trying to come on to me during the party.
在宴会期间力图亲近我

66. To progress or advance in increments:
递增:按增额发展或进步:

用法与例句:

Darkness came on after seven.
七点以后天色渐暗

67. To begin in small increments or by degrees:
逐渐开始:按小的增额或程度开始:

用法与例句:

Sleet came on after one o'clock.
在一点钟后冰雹到来了

68. To hurry up; move rapidly. Often used in the imperative:
催促;快速运动。常用于祈使语气:

用法与例句:

Would you please come on! We'll be late!
请快一点吧!我们要晚了!

69. To stop an inappropriate behavior; abandon a position or an attitude; be obliging. Used chiefly in the imperative:
制止:制止一种不合适的行为;放弃一种职位或态度;强迫。主要用于祈使语气:

用法与例句:

You've used the same feeble excuse for weeks. Come on!
几个星期以来你一直采用相同的无力借口。别再装了

70. To become known:
成为众所周知:

用法与例句:

The whole story came out at the trial.
整个真相在审问中变得众所周知

71. To be issued or brought out:
发行或发表:

用法与例句:

The author's new book just came out.
作家的新书刚出版

72. To make a formal social debut:
正式的社交:

用法与例句:

She came out at age 18 in New York City.
她于十八岁在纽约城初入社交圈

73. To end up; result:
结束;结果:

用法与例句:

Everything came out wrong.
每件事都是错误地结束

74. To declare oneself publicly:
自己公开宣布:

用法与例句:

The governor came out in favor of tax breaks.
这位政府官员公开宣布赞成停止征税

75. To reveal that one is gay or homosexual.
揭露某人同性恋的身份

76. To change sides, as in a controversy.
改变立场,例如在争论中

77. To pay a casual visit.
偶然拜访

78. To do what is required or anticipated:
作要求的或预期的事:

用法与例句:

I asked for their help, and they came through.
他们给了我所需要的帮助

79. To become manifest:
成为显然的:

用法与例句:

The parents' tenderness comes through in their facial expressions.
父母的慈爱之情显现在脸上

80. To be communicated in a specified manner:
用一种特别的方式沟通:

用法与例句:

The pilot's voice came through loud and clear.
飞行员的声音大而清楚

81. To recover consciousness:
恢复知觉:

用法与例句:

The fainting victim came to.
昏倒的受害者恢复了意识

82. Nautical
【航海】

83. To bring the bow into the wind.
使船头转向迎风

84. To anchor.
抛锚泊(船)

85. To manifest itself; arise:
显现;出现:

用法与例句:

The question never came up.
从不曾发生过这个问题

86. To rise above the horizon:
升到地平线上:

用法与例句:

The sun came up.
太阳升起了

87. To rise, as in status or rank:
提升,如在状态或级别上:

用法与例句:

a general who came up from the ranks.
按等级晋升的将军

88. To draw near; approach:
靠近,接近:

用法与例句:

came up and said hello.
靠近并打招呼

89. To discover or meet by accident.
偶然发现或遇到

come的习惯用语

90. To fail utterly.
彻底失败

91. To confess all.
全都坦白

92. To punish, oppose, or reprimand severely and often with force:
申斥,谴责:严厉地且强有力地处罚、反对或谴责:

用法与例句:

a district attorney who came down hard on drug dealers.
猛烈地谴责毒贩的地区辩护律师

93. To confront or deal with forthrightly:
直率地面对或处理:

用法与例句:

When you come right down to it, you have to admit I'm correct.
当你真正面对它时,你就必须承认我是正确的

94. To amount to in essence:
在意义上相当于:

用法与例句:

It comes down to this: the man is a cheat.
事实是这样:那人是个骗子

95. To become sick with (an illness):
染病,得病:因(一种病)感到身体不舒服:

用法与例句:

came down with the flu.
因流感而感到不适

96. To receive; be subjected to:
接受;服从:

用法与例句:

came in for harsh criticism.
接受严厉的批评

97. To get possession of what belongs to one.
获得属于某人的东西

98. To obtain rightful recognition or prosperity:
获得恰当的认可或成功:

用法与例句:

a concert pianist who has at last come into his own.
终于获得成功的协奏曲钢琴演奏家

99. To stop acting or speaking foolishly or pretentiously. Often used in the imperative.
住口,别胡扯:停止动作或愚蠢地或狂妄地谈话。常用于祈使语气

100. To put into words; say:
进行谈话;讲话:

用法与例句:

always comes out with the truth.
以事实讲话

101. To reveal publicly:
公开揭露:

用法与例句:

came out with a new tax package.
一组新税出台

102. To begin a physical fight.
开始肉搏

103. To meet with disaster; fail.
遇到不幸;失败

104. To confront squarely and attempt to deal decisively with:
使直接面临并打算断然处理:

用法与例句:

“He had to come to grips with the proposition”(Louis Auchincloss)
“他需要认真对待此建议”(路易斯·奥金克洛斯)

105. To be clearly revealed or disclosed:
被清楚地暴露或揭发:

用法与例句:

“A further problem . . . came to light last summer as a result of post-flight inspections”(John Noble Wilford)
“作为飞行后检查的结果,进一步的问题…出现在去年夏季”(约翰·诺贝尔·威尔福特)

106. To confront squarely and come to understand fully and objectively:
互相理解:诚实地面对并达到完全地和客观地了解:

用法与例句:

“He attempts to come to terms with his own early experiences . . . and with his father, a con man of extravagant dimensions”(Peter S Prescott)
“他打算遵从于自己的早年经历…和他的父亲——奢侈的反对者”(彼得S普雷斯科特)

107. To reach mutual agreement:
达成协议,妥协:

用法与例句:

The warring factions have at last come to terms.
互相斗争的派别最后达成了协议

108. To happen as predicted:
实现,达到:按预期发生:

用法与例句:

My fondest dreams have at last come true.
我最期望的理想最终实现了

109. To encounter, especially a difficulty or major problem.
碰见困难,遭遇问题:碰见,尤指困难和主要问题

110. To bring forth or discover:
宣布或发现:

用法与例句:

came up with a cure for the disease.
发现疾病的治疗方法

come的词源:

111. Middle English comen
中古英语 comen

112. from Old English cuman * see g w3-
源自 古英语 cuman *参见 g w3-