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come from somewhere/sth

phrasal verb with come uk   us   /kʌm/ verb (came, come)
A1 to be born, got from, or made in a particular place: She comes from Italy. Some of the best wines come from France. Does that quote come from Shakespeare? She could hear banging coming from the room upstairs. Where will the money for the project come from?
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in Chinese (Traditional) 出生於, 來自, 出自…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出生于, 来自, 出自…
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