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come forwardUsed other than as an idiom: see come, forward.Rate it:

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come forwardTo offer help or information (especially, about a crime).Rate it:

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look forward toTo anticipate, expect, or wait for, especially with a feeling of approval or pleasure.Rate it:

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look forwardTo anticipate or expect; especially, to expect something to be pleasant.Rate it:

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put forwardTo propose for consideration.Rate it:

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put forwardTo change the time in a time zone to a later time.Rate it:

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bring forwardTo call up for consideration.Rate it:

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bring forwardTo make something happen earlier than originally planned.Rate it:

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move forwardUsed other than as an idiom: see move, forward.Rate it:

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move forwardTo progress, modernizeRate it:

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one step forward, two steps backA situation in which progress is more than offset by adverse developments.Rate it:

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put one's best foot forwardTo show oneself in the best or most positive way possible; to make a favorable impression.Rate it:

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put the clock forwardTo change the time in a time zone to a later time.Rate it:

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step forwardto volunteer for something; to offer one's servicesRate it:

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step forwardto admit one's wrongdoing, to own upRate it:

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come si!, come 'sah'Say Yes! or NoRate it:

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come inTo enter.Rate it:

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come in from the coldTo gain widespread acceptance in a group or society, especially where there was not any before.Rate it:

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come outTo make a formal debut in society.Rate it:

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come roundTo make a regular circuit.Rate it:

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come out withTo say something unexpected.Rate it:

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come aboutTo come to pass; to develop; to occur; to take place; to happen.Rate it:

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come aroundTo change one's mind, especially to begin to agree or appreciate what one was reluctant to accept at first.Rate it:

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come byTo obtain; to get, now especially by chance or involuntarily.Rate it:

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come up withTo invent, create, or think of.Rate it:

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come cleanTo confess; admit.Rate it:

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come acrossTo find, usually by accident.Rate it:

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come backTo return to a place.Rate it:

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come downTo descend.Rate it:

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come down withTo contract or get; to show symptoms of a minor illness.Rate it:

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come offTo become detached.Rate it:

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come onA statement or sometimes action reflecting sexual or relational interest.Rate it:

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come outTo end up or result.Rate it:

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come outTo walk onto the field at the beginning of an innings.Rate it:

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come shortFail to meet (expectations or standards)Rate it:

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come throughTo survive.Rate it:

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come toTo recover consciousness after fainting etc.Rate it:

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come upTo come to a higher position.Rate it:

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come upTo appear before a judge or court.Rate it:

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when two sundays come together"When two Sundays come together/ meet" is used to talk about a situation that never occurs as two Sundays can never meet.Rate it:

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come alongTo accompany.Rate it:

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come onAn expression of disbelief.Rate it:

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come downTo recover from drug-induced euphoria.Rate it:

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all things come to those who wait(dated) A patient seeker will be satisfied in due time; patience is a virtue.Rate it:

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come aboutTo tack; to change tack; to maneuver the bow of a sailing vessel across the wind so that the wind changes from one side of the vessel to the other; to position a boat with respect to the wind after tacking.Rate it:

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come alongTo progress; to make progress.Rate it:

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come byTo come near to; to pass.Rate it:

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come down toTo depend upon, basically, ultimately or in essence.Rate it:

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come inOf a broadcast, such as radio or television, to have a strong enough signal to be able to be received well.Rate it:

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