come on definition

  • noun:
    • Alternative form of come-on.
    • alternate as a type of come-on.
  • verb:
    • Used other than as an idiom: see come,‎ on.
    • to exhibit sexual or relational interest through terms or sometimes activities
    • utilized except that as an idiom: see come,‎ on.
    • To appear on a television broadcast.
    • To show sexual or relational interest through terms or sometimes actions
    • to advance, to develop
    • to seem on a television broadcast.
    • to obtain one's duration, begin menstruating.
    • To progress, to develop
    • To encounter, discover; ahead upon.
    • To get a person's period, start menstruating.
    • To go into the playing area.
    • to come across, find; to come upon.
    • To go into the playing industry.
    • occur or come to be readily available
    • begin operating, operating, or operating
    • appear or become noticeable; make a showing
    • move towards
    • progress in a confident way
    • take place or come to be available
    • begin running, working, or operating
    • appear or become noticeable; make a showing
    • move towards
    • develop in an optimistic means
  • interjection:
    • a manifestation of support.
    • a manifestation of disbelief.
    • hurry-up
    • An expression of reassurance.
    • a manifestation of disbelief.
    • hurry-up

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