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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

come to phrasal verb (see also come)

1. come to a decision/conclusion/agreement etc to decide something, agree on something etc after considering or discussing a situation Synonym : reach:
We came to the conclusion that there was no other way back to the camp.
If they don’t come to a decision by midnight, the talks will be abandoned.

2. come to a halt/stop
a) to slow down and stop Synonym : stop:
The train came to a stop just yards from the barrier.
b) to stop operating or continuing:
After the election our funding came to an abrupt halt.

3. come to something to develop so that a particular situation exists, usually a bad one:
I never thought it would come to this.
We need to be prepared to fight, but hopefully it won’t come to that (=that won’t be necessary).
All those years of studying, and in the end it all came to nothing.
It’s come to something when I’m not allowed to express an opinion in my own house!
what is the world/the country etc coming to? (=used to say that the world etc is in a bad situation)

4. come to something to add up to a total amount:
That comes to £23.50.
The bill came to £48.50.

5. come to somebody if a thought or idea comes to you, you realize or remember something:
The answer came to me in a flash.
I’ve forgotten her name, but maybe it’ll come to me later.

6. to become conscious again after you have been unconscious:
When he came to, he was lying on the floor with his hands tied behind his back.

7. when it comes to something informal when you are dealing with something or talking about something:
He’s a bit of an expert when it comes to computers.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

come to
to regain consciousness
The woman came to a few hours after the accident.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

come to
v. (stress on "to")
1. To wake up after losing consciousness; get the use of your senses back again after fainting or being knocked out.
She fainted in the store and found herself in the first aid room when she came to.
The boxer who was knocked out did not come to for five minutes.
The doctor gave her a pill and after she took it she didn't come to for two days.
Compare: BRING TO.
2. (stress on "come") To get enough familiarity or understanding to; learn to; grow to.
Used with an infinitive.
John was selfish at first, but he came to realize that other people counted, too.
During her years at the school, Mary came to know that road well.
3. To result in or change to; reach the point of; arrive at.
Mr. Smith lived to see his invention come to success.
Grandfather doesn't like the way young people act today; he says, "I don't know what the world is coming to."
4. To have something to do with; be in the field of; be about.
Usually used in the phrase "when it comes to".
Joe is not good in sports, but when it comes to arithmetic he's the best in the class.
The school has very good teachers, but when it comes to buildings, the school is poor.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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