come around


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.come around - change one's position or opinion; "He came around to our point of view"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
2.come around - happen regularly; "Christmas rolled around again"
hap, happen, occur, come about, take place, go on, pass off, fall out, pass - come to pass; "What is happening?"; "The meeting took place off without an incidence"; "Nothing occurred that seemed important"

come

verb
1. To go forward, especially toward a conclusion.Also used with along:
2. To take place at a set time:
4. To happen to one:
5. To have as a source:
6. To have as one's home or place of origin:
7. To come to be:
become, get, grow, turn (out), wax.
phrasal verb
come aboutphrasal verb
come across
1. To find or meet by chance:
bump into, chance on (or upon), come on (or upon), find, happen on (or upon), light on (or upon), run across, run into, stumble on (or upon), tumble on.
Archaic: alight on (or upon).
Idiom: meet up with.
2. Slang. To give in common with others:
Informal: kick in.
phrasal verb
come around or round
To regain one's health:
phrasal verb
come back
To go again to a former place:
phrasal verb
come by
1. To come into possession of:
Informal: land, pick up.
2. To go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize:
Idiom: pay a visit.
phrasal verb
come in
1. To come or go into (a place):
Nautical: put in.
Idioms: gain entrance, set foot in.
2. To complete a race or competition in a specified position:
phrasal verb
come into
To receive (property) from one who has died:
phrasal verb
come off
2. To turn out well:
Slang: click.
phrasal verb
come on or upon
To find or meet by chance:
bump into, chance on (or upon), come across, find, happen on (or upon), light on (or upon), run across, run into, stumble on (or upon), tumble on.
Archaic: alight on (or upon).
Idiom: meet up with.
phrasal verb
come out
1. To be made public:
Informal: leak (out).
2. To make one's formal entry, as into society:
Idiom: make one's bow.
phrasal verb
come over
To go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize:
Idiom: pay a visit.
phrasal verb
come through
To exist in spite of adversity:
phrasal verb
come to
To reach (a goal or objective):
Informal: hit on (or upon).
Translations
nabýt vědomí
vågne op
tulla tajuihinsa
osvijestiti se
意識を回復する
의식을 회복하다
komma över
ฟื้นขึ้นมา
tỉnh lại

come around

يَسْتَفِيقُ nabýt vědomí vågne op zu sich kommen συνέρχομαι volver en sí tulla tajuihinsa reprendre connaissance osvijestiti se rinvenire 意識を回復する 의식을 회복하다 bijkomen komme til seg selv zajść despertar приходить в себя komma över ฟื้นขึ้นมา kendine gelmek tỉnh lại 苏醒过来
References in classic literature ?
We waited a long time, but he didn't come back any more, or if he did he come around the other way; so at last we was tuckered out and went to sleep and had nightmares, a million of them.
But anyway they don't come around in the daytime, so what's the use of our being afeard?
Inspiring teacher instructs borderline delinquents in ballroom dancing, they reluctantly come around and add their hip-hop moves, then show stuck-up, competitive types a thing or two.