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Definition of "come on" [come on]

  • Alternative form of come-on. (noun)
  • Used other than as an idiom: see come,‎ on. (verb)
  • To show sexual or relational interest through words or sometimes actions (verb)
  • To appear on a television broadcast. (verb)
  • To progress, to develop (verb)

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Use "come on" in a sentence
  • "If you come on in and mention you're in town because you're stuck from Carmageddon, you can get 15 percent off tattoos and piercings, proprietor Howard Teman said."
  • "Soviet relations: The unratified but voluntarily adhered-to SALT II treaty was scheduled to expire December 31 at the same time that some of our new weapons developed under the strategic modernization program were scheduled to come on line."
  • "“Daddy, Grandma says for you and Ms. Deeva to come on up these stairs before she comes down and get you.”"