The Word is:”come”



verb: come; 3rd person present: comes; past tense: came; gerund or present participle: coming; past participle: come
1.move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker.
“Jess came into the kitchen”
synonyms: move nearer, move closer, approach, advance, near, draw nigh, draw close/closer, draw near/nearer; More
antonyms: go away
arrive at a specified place.
“we walked along till we came to a stream”
synonyms: arrive, get here/there, reach one’s destination, make it, appear, put in an appearance, make an appearance, come on the scene, come up, approach, enter, present oneself, turn up, be along, come along, materialize; More
antonyms: leave
(of a thing) reach or extend to a specified point.
“women in slim dresses that came all the way to their shoes”
synonyms: reach, arrive at, meet, get to, get up to, get as far as, make, make it to, set foot on, gain, attain; More
antonyms: stop short of
“someone was coming”
travel in order to be with a specified person, to do a specified thing, or to be present at an event.
“the police came”
join someone in participating in a specified activity or course of action.
“do you want to come fishing tomorrow?”
make progress; develop.
“he’s coming along nicely”
synonyms: progress, make progress, develop, shape up, make headway; More
antonyms: deteriorate
said to someone when correcting or reassuring someone.
“Come, come, child, don’t thank me”
2.occur; happen; take place.
“twilight had not yet come”
synonyms: happen, occur, take place, come about, transpire, fall, present itself, crop up, materialize, arise, arrive, appear, surface, ensue, follow; More
be heard, perceived, or experienced.
“a voice came from the kitchen”
(of a quality) become apparent or noticeable through actions or performance.
“as an actor your style and personality must come through”
synonyms: be communicated, be perceived, penetrate, get through, get across, be got across, be clear, be understood, be comprehended, register, be taken in, sink in, be grasped, strike home
“this emotion comes across in both books”
(of a person) appear or sound in a specified way; give a specified impression.
“he’d always come across as a decent sort”
synonyms: seem, appear, look, sound, give the impression of being, have the appearance/air of being, strike someone as, look as though one is, look to be; More
(of a thought or memory) enter one’s mind.
“the basic idea came to me while reading an article”
3.take or occupy a specified position in space, order, or priority.
“prisons come well down the list of priorities”
achieve a specified place in a race or contest.
“she came second among sixty contestants”
4.pass into a specified state, especially one of separation or disunion.
“his shirt had come undone”
synonyms: break up, fall to bits/pieces, come to bits/pieces, disintegrate, splinter, come unstuck, crumble, separate, split, tear, collapse, dissolve
“if the straw is too short the bales come apart very easily”
reach or be brought to a specified situation or result.
“you will come to no harm”
eventually reach a certain condition or state of mind.
“he had come to realize she was no puppet” sold, available, or found in a specified form.
“the cars come with a variety of extras”
synonyms: be available, be made, be produced, be for sale, be on offer
“the car does not come in red”
have an orgasm.
synonyms: climax, achieve orgasm, orgasm

preposition informal
preposition: come

1.when a specified time is reached or event happens.
“I don’t think that they’ll be far away from honours come the new season”
noun: come
1.semen ejaculated at an orgasm.

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