1. come on definition: 1. to start to happen or work: 2. If you have an illness coming on, it is starting gradually: 3. Learn more.
  2. to attempt to give a specified impression: he came on like a hard man come on strong ⇒ to make a forceful or exaggerated impression come on to ⇒ informal to make sexual advances to.
  3. Translate Come on. See 12 authoritative translations of Come on in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
  4. Come on is a fast phrase which is meant to persuade someone into understanding a different perspective. It can be used to attempt to help someone agree/convince them that you have their best intentions in mind. Come on can also mean that somebody is being too slow, and they need to do something faster. "Come on.
  5. • Come on, you two, we're going to be late. come on! • Come on! We're already late! • Here boy, come on Pecos, good dog. come on in/over/up etc • Sure, I said, come on over. • It sounded good, it felt good to say, it made lights come on in my mouth. • A light suddenly comes on in the closet, revealing the hidden police officers.
  6. About “Come On” The original version of this song was produced by Lord Finesse in but never saw a proper release. It eventually appeared remixed on the posthumous album Born Again.
  7. come on in Please enter, as in Come on in, the door's open. This phrase is simply a friendly request to enter one's house or some other place.
  8. come: [verb] to move toward something: approach. to move or journey to a vicinity with a specified purpose. to reach a particular station in a series. to arrive in due course. to approach in kind or quality. to reach a condition or conclusion. to advance toward accomplishment: come along. to advance in a particular manner. to advance, rise.
  9. 'come on' est un terme alternatif pour 'come along', 'come upon'. Vous le trouverez dans une ou plusieurs des lignes ci-dessous. WordReference English-French Dictionary © Un oubli important?

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