The most common phrasal verbs with COME
to find or discover something by chance
- She accidentally came across her favorite book in the library.
to break into separate pieces
- The new computer table came apart pretty easily.
come back (somewhere)
- I came back home after work.
- The prices on the market have come down finally.
to have as your place of origin
- I come from Canada, but grandparents are from New Zealand.
to visit someone
- When do you want to come round today?
to survive something
- She came through the accident pretty well.
come up with
to think of an idea, suggestion
- He came up with some very good ideas during the meeting.
something unexpected happens
- Oh, no! Something has come up – I really have to get to the hospital.
to be talked about
- Her name came up twice during the presentation.
to be unstuck
- I can’t really see his name, the name tag has come off.
to be released, to be available for public
- The new movie just came out.
to leave a building
- John has not come out of the house since Jessica left him.
come out in (something)
to have a medical condition on the skin
- Jane’s come out in red rash all over her body.