come with meaning

  "come with" in a sentence
Verb: come with
  1. Be present or associated with an event or entity
    "French fries come with the hamburger"
    - attach to, accompany, go with

Derived forms: coming with, comes with, came with

See also: come


[American slang]
to depart in the company of someone or something; to travel with someone or a group.
  Come with me. We'll go to my place.
  Are you going to come with the tour?
  Are you going to come with?

Examples

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  1. that improvement will come with time.
  2. will he care to come with us.
  3. "you better come with me, son," kuntz said.
  4. if you 're coming with us, you must hurry ...
  5. will you come with me to london?

Related Words

  1. come up to so's standards meaning
  2. come up with meaning
  3. come up with so or sth meaning
  4. come upon meaning
  5. come what may meaning
  6. come with the territory meaning
  7. come within meaning
  8. come within a hair('s breadth) of so or sth meaning
  9. come within an ace of doing something meaning
  10. come within an ace of sth meaning
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