come = venir intransitive verb

come

/ˈkʌm/ intransitive verb
intransitive verb
came, come, coming

Spanish Translation of COME

intransitive verb
1
approach : venir, aproximarse
here he comesacá viene
2
arrive : venir, llegar
she came yesterdayvino ayer
did the mail come?¿llegó el correo?
3
: venir (a un lugar, una reunión, etc.)
come with meven conmigo
are you coming to the wedding?¿vienes a la boda?
come (and) visit us!¡ven a visitarnos!
I'm coming!¡voy!
4
happen : ocurrir, pasar
to come at a bad timellegar en mal momento
5
: venir
it comes in three colorsviene en tres colores
6
: estar, ir (en una serie)
B comes after Ala B va después de la A
7
come again? : ¿cómo?
8
come on! (used to encourage or urge) : ¡vamos!
9
come on! (expressing surprise, disbelief, etc.) : ¡anda!
10
come to think of it : ahora que lo pienso
11
come what may : pase lo que pase
12
if it comes to that : si es necesario
13
to be coming up : acercarse (dícese de una fecha, etc.)
her birthday is coming upfalta poco para su cumpleaños
14
to come about happen : ocurrir, pasar
15
to come across find : tropezarse con, dar con
16
to come across as : dar la impresión de ser, parecer ser
17
to come along appear, arrive : aparecer, llegar
18
to come along : venir con alguien
would you like to come along?¿quieres venir conmigo?
19
to come along progress : ir
how's the project coming along?¿qué tal va el proyecto?
20
to come apart : deshacerse
21
to come around : convencerse al final
22
to come around : venir, pasar
why don't you come around to my place tonight?¿por qué no pasas por casa esta noche?
23
to come back return : volver
come back here!¡vuelve acá!
that style's coming backese estilo está volviendo
24
to come back retort : replicar, contestar
25
to come between : interponerse entre
26
to come by stop by : pasar por casa
27
to come by get, obtain : conseguir
28
to come clean : confesar, desahogar la conciencia
29
to come down : caer (dícese de la lluvia, etc.), bajar (dícese de los precios, etc.)
30
to come down hard on : ser duro con
31
to come down to : reducirse a
32
to come down with : caer enfermo de
33
to come forward : presentarse
34
to come from : venir de (un lugar, etc.)
35
to come in enter : entrar, pasar
36
to come in arrive : llegar
37
to come in : desempeñar una función
that's where you come inahí es donde entras tú
to come in handyvenir bien, ser útil
38
to come into acquire : adquirir
to come into a fortuneheredar una fortuna
39
to come of : resultar de
40
to come off detach : soltarse, desprenderse
41
to come off succeed : tener éxito, ser un éxito
42
to come off as : dar la impresión de ser, parecer ser
43
to come off well/poorly : irle bien/mal a uno
he came off poorly in the debatele fue mal en el debate
44
to come on turn on : encenderse
45
to come on begin : empezar
46
to come on to someone : insinuársele a alguien
47
to come out : salir, aparecer, publicarse
48
to come out : declararse
to come out in favor ofdeclararse a favor de
49
to come out : declararse homosexual
50
to come out and say : decir sin rodeos
51
to come over stop by : pasar por casa
52
to come over someone : sobrevenirle (una emoción) a alguien
I don't know what came over herno sé qué le pasó
53
to come through : pasar por, sobrevivir a
54
to come through show : ser evidente
55
to come through : recibirse (dícese de una señal, etc.), llegar
56
to come to revive : recobrar el conocimiento, volver en sí
57
to come to : llegar a (un lugar)
58
to come to : llegar a, ascender a (una cantidad)
59
to come to reach : llegar a, alcanzar (un acuerdo, etc.)
to come to an endllegar a su fin
to come to a boilempezar a hervir
60
to come to : ocurrírsele (a alguien)
the answer came to mela respuesta me vino, se me ocurrió la respuesta
61
to come to be/believe (etc.) : llegar a ser/creer (etc.)
62
to come to pass happen : acontecer
63
to come to terms : llegar a un acuerdo
64
to come under
to come under attack/criticismser atacado/criticado
to come under the control ofquedar bajo el control de
65
to come under : ir bajo (una categoría, etc.)
66
to come undone : desatarse, desabrocharse
67
to come up arise : surgir
68
to come up rise, appear : salir
69
to come up : resultar, salir, quedar
the shot came up shortel tiro se quedó corto
to come up heads/tailssalir cara/cruz
70
to come up against : enfrentarse a, tropezar con
71
to come up to someone : acercarse a alguien
72
to come up with : encontrar (una solución), idear (un plan), conseguir (dinero)
we couldn't come up with a better ideano se nos occurrió nada mejor
73
to have it coming : tenerlo merecido
74
what's coming to someone
one day he'll get what's coming to himalgún día recibirá su merecido
75
when it comes to : en cuanto a, cuando se trata de
when it comes to chess, he's the bestcuando se trata de ajedrez, él es el mejor

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Sometimes Confused With: come (comer)

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