come byphrasal verb

  • jaやって来る、立ち寄る
  • ento visit a place for a short time, usually in order to see someone

Examples

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1:11 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hey, why don't I come by and pick you up for lunch?
2.
Oh, babe, you know I'd love to spend every minute of every day with you,
3.
but I am too swamped to go off-campus today.
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0:37 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hey, can I ask you, is Eddie a little —
2.
- A little what? - Bit country?
3.
Come on in here, you roomie.
4.
Hello, Tilly.
5.
Eddie, I just came by to drop off your tank.
6.
That was very thoughtful of you.
7.
It's very thoughtful.
8.
Well, okay then.
9.
I'm gonna go.
10.
- Bye. - Bye-bye.
11.
Bye.
12.
So we getting a fish?
13.
You had sex with her, didn't you?
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2:57 / --:--
Mute
1.
Why don't we hire a nurse?
2.
Come by during the day, spend time with him.
3.
Do you know how expensive a private nurse is?
4.
Maybe your insurance from work will cover it?
5.
No, they'll only cover it if he's disabled.
6.
So I'll disable him.
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2:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
Chandler, what are you doing?
2.
There is a trash can right there.
3.
Well, I thought if I littered, that crying Indian might come by and save us.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
-Hi. -Good morning. Can I help you?
2.
-Yes. I'm from Techstar about a new phone system for you
3.
I was wondering if I could talk to Michael Scott.
4.
-I'm sorry. He's not in right now.
5.
He's never around when I come by.
6.
-Shoot.