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phrasal verbs Come
He came across his old medical books in the drawer.
Come away at once as it's dangerous
He came back later than usual and found the house empty.
When she looked at the patient, it came back to her where she had seen him before.
He came down the stairs at a run
very few prices come down these days
He's very lucky. He'll come into a lot of money when his father dies.
Your plan didn't come off after all
Oh dear, the handle's come off in my hand
The truth will come out. You can't conceal it
I put my skirt in cold water and the stains came out.
Come out with
He came out with a very strange explanation
Come over for a drink on Sunday
When she came round, she found herself in the hospital
The increase in student grants came up at the meeting today.
arise, be mentioned
Come up to
You'll have to work harder; because your work doesn't come up to the required standard.
Come up with
He's always coming up with good ideas