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Translation of "come" - English-Turkish dictionary

come

verb     /kʌm/ ( past tense came, past participle come)
MOVE TOWARDS [I]
A1 to move or travel towards a person who is speaking or towards the place that they are speaking about gelmek Come and see what I've done. Can you come to my party? The rain came down heavily. Here comes Adam (= Adam is coming).General words for movement
ARRIVE [I]
A1 to arrive somewhere or go to a place gitmek/varmak, ulaşmak, erişmek I'll come and see you later. [+ to do sth] I've come to see Mr Curtis. Dad will come for you at six. We came to a crossroads.General words for movementVisitingArriving, entering and invadingAppearing and disappearing
GO WITH SOMEONE [I]
A1 to go somewhere with the person who is speaking ... ile gitmek Come for a walk with us. We're going to the cinema. Do you want to come?Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
come after/first/last, etc
B1 to have or achieve a particular position in a race, competition, list, etc birinci/sonuncu olmak, sonradan/arkadan gelmek Our team came third. Sunday comes after Saturday.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
come past/to/up to, etc
to reach a particular length, height, or depth belli bir safhaya ulaşmak, bir duruma gelmek The water came up to my waist.Weighing and measuring
come apart/off, etc
to become separated or removed from something kopmak, sökülmek, çözülmek The book came apart in my hands. The handle came off. My shoelaces have come undone. The door came open.Unfastening and openingTearing and breaking into pieces
come easily/easy/naturally
to be very easy for someone kolay gelmek, kolayına gelmek Singing came naturally to Louise.Easiness and simplicity
HAPPEN [I]
B2 to happen olmak, gelmek, meydana gelmek Spring has come early. The worst problems are still to come.Occurring and happening
how come informal
used to ask why or how something has happened Neden? Niçin? Nasıl olur? How come you didn't go to the party?Question words and expressions
come and go
to exist or happen somewhere for a short time and then go away gidip gelmek The feeling of nausea comes and goes.Frequency and regularity - general words
BE AVAILABLE [I]
A2 to be available in a particular size, colour, etc üretilmek, yapılmak, piyasaya sürülmek, satışa sunulmak, var olmak, mevcut olmak The table comes in three different sizes. Furniture like this doesn't come cheap.Available and accessiblePresent
come to do sth
to start to do something bir şeyi yapmaya başlamak, işe koyulmak I have come to rely on acupuncture. This place has come to be known as 'Pheasant Corner'.Starting and beginningStarting again
when it comes to sth/doing sth
used to introduce a new idea that you want to say something about akla gelmek; ... buna/şuna gelince When it comes to baking cakes, she's an expert.Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
come to think of it
used to say that you have just thought of something aklıma gelmişken; sahi Come to think of it, I've got two batteries that you can have upstairs. →  See also come to blows , I'll/We'll cross that bridge when I/we come to it. , come clean , if/when it comes to the crunch , come (back) down to earth , come under fire , deliver/come up with the goods , come to grief , come/get to grips with sth , come to light , come into your/its own , not be/come up to scratch , come to your senses , come/turn up trumps InterjectionsSounds used as interjectionsInspiration and inspiring
(Definition of come from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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