Bedeutung von “come up” — Learner’s Dictionary

come up

phrasal verb with come us uk /kʌm/ verb past tense came, past participle come
MOVE TOWARDS

B2 to move towards someone:

After the concert, he came up to me to ask for my autograph.
BE DISCUSSED

B2 to be discussed or suggested:

The issue of security came up at the meeting yesterday.
OPPORTUNITY

If a job or opportunity comes up, it becomes available.

PROBLEM

If a problem or difficult situation comes up, it happens.

be coming up

to be happening soon:

My exams are coming up next month.
SUN OR MOON

B2 When the sun or the moon comes up, it rises.

COMPUTER

If information comes up on a computer screen, it appears there.

(Definition von “come up” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)