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Common Idioms and Phrases with Come

Come about happen

Nobody knows how these things came about.

Come across find by accident

On my way to market, I came across an old beggar.

Come upon find by accident

Come of have as a result

What came of the discussion? (= What happened afterwards? What was the result?)

Come off happen; take place

The prize distribution ceremony will come off next week.

Come to happen to

How did you come to hear of it?

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Common Idioms and Phrases with Break New!
Common Idioms and Phrases with Come New!
Idioms derived from body parts - part I
Idioms derived from body parts - part II
Idioms derived from body parts - part III
Idioms derived from body parts - part IV

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