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Definition of "come to" [come to]

  • To recover consciousness after fainting etc. (verb)
  • To stop a sailing vessel, especially by turning into the wind. See also come about. (verb)
  • To total; to amount to. (verb)
  • To reach; to arrive at. (verb)
  • To devote attention to in due course; to come around to. (verb)

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Use "come to" in a sentence
  • "If what Tanek suspected was true, the war between the followers of the One True Faith and the heathen Nasnan was about to come to pass, and with it would come global annihilation."
  • "Even worse, some people were talking about Matloubi, who had come to the United States with a reputation for being a fearless player with a superaggressive style, as the new Stuey Ungar."
  • "Unfortunately, what remained of my semirural idyll was about to come to an end: the U.S. Postal Service was planning to build a huge mail processing center off nearby Mussey Road, on land including the Grondin Quarry and the Neilson Farm parcels."