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Dictionary Spanish English: come

Translation 1 - 38 of 38

SpanishEnglish
NOUN   come | -
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VERB  to come | came | come ... 
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venir
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to come
llegar
4
to come [arrive]
2 Words: Others
¡Ven pa'ca! [México] [pey.] [col.]Come here! [pej.]
¡Arriba!Come on!
¡Ven! [sur.]Come on!
2 Words: Verbs
nacerto come aborning [esp. Am.] [also fig.]
tener lugarto come about
toparse con algn [hallar casualmente]to come across sb.
regresar [al punto de partida]to come back
volverto come back
venirse abajo [edificio: colapso]to come down [building: collapse]
provenir de algo/algnto come from sb./sth.
proceder de algo [provenir]to come from sth. [originate]
pasarto come in
entrarto come in [enter]
tener lugarto come off
desprenderse [despegarse]to come off [detach itself]
salirto come out
pasarto come past
3 Words: Others
(Yo) vengo de ...I come from ...
3 Words: Verbs
darse un porrazo [col.] [locución]to come a cropper [coll.] [idiom] [fall and get hurt]
ir a caer una buena [col.] [locución]to come a cropper [coll.] [idiom] [suffer defeat, misfortune]
andarto come on foot
cobrar vidato come to life [become animate]
acudir en ayuda de algnto come to sb.'s aid
elucubrar sobre algoto come up with sth.
4 Words: Others
en los años venideros {adv}for years to come [for a long time into the future]
4 Words: Verbs
dar una vaina [carib.] [col.] [locución]to come down with something [coll.] [idiom] [fall ill]
salir mal parado de algoto come out of sth. badly
loc. estar que ardeto come to a head
finalizarto come to an end
entrar en razón [col.] [locución]to come to one's senses [coll.] [idiom] [listen to reason]
5+ Words: Others
Acércate, te quiero contar algo.Come close, I want to tell you something.
¡A por ellos! [col.]Come on, let's kick arse! [Br.] [vulg.]
Tengo grandes deseos de que vengan.I really hope they come.
proverb. Piedra sin agua no aguza en la fragua.Nothing will come of nothing.
¿Cuánto es?What does that come to?
5+ Words: Verbs
entrar en tromba [locución]to come in like a whirlwind [idiom]
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