come on
Start an illness
Start functioning (machines, etc)
come down
come across
Find by accident
Agree to have sex with someone
The way other people see you
come along
Move faster or keep up
come up
Rise (the sun)
come in
Arrive for flights
Place or ranking in a competition, etc.
Receive news
come on over
to visit someone's home.
come forward
Used other than as an idiom: see come,‎ forward.
To offer help or information (especially, about a crime).
come around
Recover consciousness
come to
Become conscious, wake up from anaesthetic
Result in
come at
Used other than as an idiom: see come,‎ at.
To come to; to attend.
To enter into sexual relations with.
To get to, especially with effort or difficulty.
To attack, to harass.
To accept (a situation); to agree to do; to try. [1]
come down to
To reach by moving down or reducing.
To depend upon, basically, ultimately or in essence.
come up with
Think of a solution, excuse, etc.
come through
Arrive (messages and information)
Communicate an emotion
Produce a result
come out
A secret is revealed
Be published or otherwise available to the public
Disappear when washed
Let people know that you are lesbian or gay
When the sun appears
come down with
Fall ill
come into
Be important or relevant
come upon
Find by chance
come over
Feel strange
Affect mentally in such a way as to change behaviour (possibly related to 'overcome')
come back
come down on
Criticise heavily
come about
Happen, occur
Shift direction (nautical)
come down upon
Criticise, reprimand severely
come off
When something breaks off
Be successful
come forth with
Provide information
come apart
Break into pieces
come by
come before
Appear in court charged with a crime or offence
come round
Become conscious, wake up from anaesthetic
Change your opinion
come out of
Recover consciousness
come forth
come off it
I don't believe what you're saying; used as an imperative
come up against
Encounter problems or difficulties
come into use
Start being used
come out in
Have a rash or similar skin problem
come through with
Provide something needed
come around to
Agree with or accept something you had previously disapproved of or disliked.
come out with
Make something available
Say something publicly and unexpectedly
come from
Country or town where you were born
come in for
Receive (criticism or praise)
come after
to pursue, follow
to follow, to succeed, to be the successor of
come away
to become separated from something away.
To distance oneself (from)
To leave a place or cease an activity in a particular mood or condition.
come together
To assemble; congregate.
come up to
to approach
come between
to affect negatively.
come for
to search for something or someone, in order to catch them/it.
come of
To result from.
come on to
To make a romantic or sexual advance to; to hit on.
To start to.
come under
To come underneath (something).
To be included or classified under (a title, specified class etc.).
To be subjected to, be under the auspices of.