ˈcome with sth


ˈcome with sth
phrasal verb
to exist or develop as a result of something
He has the kind of skill that comes with years of practice.[/ex]

Dictionary for writing and speaking English. 2014.

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  • come to sth — UK US come to sth Phrasal Verb with come({{}}/kʌm/ verb ► to be a particular amount or number after a mathematical calculation: »The total cost came to $20,000. ► to reach a particular condition or stage: come to a halt/end »In the past few… …   Financial and business terms

  • come off sth — UK US come off sth Phrasal Verb with come({{}}/kʌm/ verb ► FINANCE to begin to become less in price or value after having increased: »Operating profits came off 10% to £20.6m. ► US to have recently finished a period of time when something very… …   Financial and business terms

  • come under sth — UK US come under sth Phrasal Verb with come({{}}/kʌm/ verb ► to experience a bad situation: come under attack/criticism/pressure/threat »The decision to terminate the tax cuts in 2010 as a money saving measure quickly came under attack from… …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌcome ˈoff (sth) — phrasal verb 1) be removed from something I pulled at the drawer, and the handle came off.[/ex] The grease won t come off your skin with ordinary washing.[/ex] 2) come off it spoken used for telling someone to stop saying something because you do …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˈcome at sth — phrasal verb to examine or deal with something such as a problem in a particular way Try coming at it from a different angle.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • come up with sth — UK US come up with sth Phrasal Verb with come({{}}/kʌm/ verb ► to suggest or think of an idea or plan: come up with a plan/idea/solution »They came up with a plan to make us more efficient. come up with a name/title/advert »Next you need to come… …   Financial and business terms

  • come out with sth — UK US come out with sth Phrasal Verb with come({{}}/kʌm/ verb ► to make something available to the public: »The investigators are expected to come out with new findings. »Computer companies are constantly coming out with innovative products …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌcome ˈout with sth — phrasal verb to say something suddenly, usually something that surprises or shocks people You never know what the children are going to come out with.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˌcome ˈup with sth — phrasal verb to think of something such as an idea or a plan Is that the best you can come up with?[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˌcome ˈdown with sth — phrasal verb to become ill with a particular disease, usually one that is not serious …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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