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EN[kʌm] [kʰɐm] [kʰʌm] [-ʌm]
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来ます, 来る
FR Côme

    Definition of come in English Dictionary

  • 名詞 (Noun)PREcom-SUF-ome
    1. OBS Coming, arrival; approach.
      1. SLA Semen, or female ejaculatory discharge.
      2. 動詞 (Verb)SGcomesPRcomingPTcamePPcomen
        1. VI To move from further away to nearer to.
          1. She’ll be coming ’round the mountain when she comes [ …] ‎
          2. I called the dog, but she wouldn't come. ‎
          3. Stop dawdling and come here! ‎
          4. Hold on, I'll come in a second. ‎
          5. You should ask the doctor to come to your house. ‎
          6. No-one can find Bertie Wooster when his aunts come to visit. ‎
          7. Hundreds of thousands of people come to Disneyland every year. ‎
          8. King Cnut couldn't stop the tide coming. ‎
          9. He threw the boomerang, which came right back to him. ‎
          10. The butler should come when called. ‎
        2. VI To arrive.
          1. The guests came at eight o'clock. ‎
        3. VI To appear, to manifest itself.
          1. The pain in his leg comes and goes. ‎
        4. VI To take a position to something else in a sequence.
          1. Which letter comes before Y?   Winter comes after autumn. ‎
        5. VI SLA To achieve orgasm; to cum; to ejaculate.
          1. He came after a few minutes. ‎
        6. (copulative, figuratively, with close) To approach a state of being or accomplishment.
          1. They came very close to leaving on time.   His test scores came close to perfect. ‎
          2. One of the screws came loose, and the skateboard fell apart. ‎
        7. (figuratively, with to) To take a particular approach or point of view in regard to something.
          1. He came to SF literature a confirmed technophile, and nothing made him happier than to read a manuscript thick with imaginary gizmos and whatzits. ‎
        8. (copulative, archaic) To become, to turn out to be.
          1. He was a dream come true. ‎
        9. VI To be supplied, or made available; to exist.
          1. He's as tough as they come.   Our milkshakes come in vanilla, strawberry and chocolate flavours. ‎
        10. SLA To carry through; to succeed in.
          1. You can't come any tricks here. ‎
        11. VI Happen.
          1. This kind of accident comes when you are careless. ‎
        12. VI (with from or sometimes of) To have a social background.
          1. Where did you come from? ‎
          2. She comes from a good family. ‎
          3. He comes from a disreputable legal firm. ‎
        13. VI (of grain) To germinate.
        14. 前置詞 (Preposition)
          1. Used to indicate an event, period, or change in state occurring after a present time.
            1. Leave it to settle for about three months and, come Christmas time, you'll have a delicious concoctions to offer your guests.
            2. Come retirement, their Social Security may turn out to be a lot less than they counted on.
        15. 間投詞 (Interjection)
          1. An exclamation to express annoyance.
            1. Come come! Stop crying.  Come now! You must eat it. ‎
          2. An exclamation to express encouragement, or to precede a request.
            1. Come come! You can do it.  Come now! It won't bite you. ‎
        16. より多くの例
          1. 文の途中で使用される
            • "When all of you starve to death, Shasta, don't come crying to me, that's all."
            • This means that changes to the electricity system in favour of decarbonisation will have to come even faster.”
            • While Kennedy infought to trim outlays to match resources, critics claimed that the era of the big eleemosynaries had come to an end.
          2. 文の初めに使われる
            • Come on, let's take my whip so we can get there in time.
            • Coming to the pharmacokinetic profiles of baicalein, studies from different research group reported that baicalein is an active endosomatic constituent [13 ].
            • Coming up on the left is a historical building worth noting.
          3. 文の終わに使われる
            • I tell you he's the stuff that will take 'em over the top and make the boches feel cold in the pit of their fat tumtums when they see him coming.
            • Don't try getting out of our dinner party. You're coming!
            • I think I speak for the whole group when I say that we're glad you came.
        • 品詞階層 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
          1. 間投詞
            • 名詞
              • 絶対単数
                • 不可算名詞
              • 前置詞
                • 動詞
                  • 動詞形
                    • 不規則動詞
                      • 不規則な過去分詞
                      • 分詞
                        • 過去分詞
                        • 冗長wikisyntaxを使用して、動詞形
                        • 性交動詞
                          • 自動詞
                            • 屈曲型によって動詞
                              • 不規則動詞
                                • Verbs with base form identical to past participle
                          関連リンク:
                          1. en comes
                          2. en comedy
                          3. en comely
                          4. en comet
                          5. en comer
                          出典: ウィクショナリー
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                          Meaning of come for the defined word.

                          文法的に、この単語"come"は 間投詞です。また名詞、より具体的に、絶対単数です。また前置詞です。また動詞、より具体的に、動詞形、 性交動詞、 自動詞屈曲型によって動詞です。
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