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come up definition

  • verb:
    • Used other than as an idiom: see come,‎ up.
    • to show up before a judge or court.
    • in the future towards, to approach.
    • To emerge or come to be known, specially unexpectedly; to come to interest, present itself.
    • To begin to have the outcomes of a recreational drug.
    • gather (cash or any other resources) together eventually
    • originate or come into becoming
    • be discussed
    • arise, of celestial figures
    • get some thing or somebody for a certain function
    • move toward, travel toward anything or someone or approach anything or someone
    • bring forth, usually some thing desirable
    • result or problem
    • move upward
    • started to the area
    • begin operating, working, or operating
    • collect or bring together
    • Used aside from as an idiom: see come,‎ up.
    • to look before a judge or court.
    • To come in direction of, to approach.
    • To emerge or come to be understood, specifically unexpectedly; to come calmly to attention, current it self.
    • to start to have the ramifications of a recreational drug.
    • collect (money or other resources) together in the long run
    • originate or come right into being
    • be pointed out
    • show up, of celestial systems
    • get one thing or somebody for a certain purpose
    • move toward, travel toward anything or somebody or approach anything or a person
    • bring forth, generally one thing desirable
    • outcome or issue
    • move up
    • started to the surface
    • begin working, functioning, or running
    • collect or bring together
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