come from somewhere/sth
— phrasal verb with come uk /kʌm/ us /kʌm/ verb came, come
She comes from Italy.
Does that quote come from Shakespeare?
- He's American but his family come/comes from Ireland.
- They come from a privileged/wealthy background.
- The two passenger trains involved in the accident had both come from southwest London.
- His family originally came from Ireland, but resettled in the US in the 19th century.
- I could hear loud snores coming from Jim's bedroom.
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