come overphrasal verb

  • ja会いに来る、訪ねて来る
  • ento go to another place or towards someone

Examples

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Are you talking about your new goatee?
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I think it's a good choice for your face.
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Come over here, so I can take a better look.
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Thank you, Captain.
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I knew you'd appreciate Bianca.
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That's right, I call her Bianca because she's dark and thick like my first cousin Bianca.
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Jeffords, Peralta, now.
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Wh—
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Say good-bye to Bianca, Boyle.
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Bianca, no!
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Listen to this.
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Marcy comes over and she tells me that her ex-boyfriend was over late last night,
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and yadda yadda yadda, "I'm really tired today."
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What do you think she was tired from?
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Well, obviously the yadda yadda.
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I'm sorry.
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It's just when I saw you walking off alone.
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She's not alone, little girl, now go home.
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It's all right, molly, she can stay.
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Come over, child.
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You see that spot down there?
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That's where your father saved me from those awful men.
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All those years ago.
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I like you.
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What?
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Can I come over to your house tonight?
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Yes.
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Oh, my God, yes, please.
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You want me to make you some dinner?
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Yeah. Will you make me a chicken?
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Yeah. Oh, yeah. I'll make you a ch—
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Oh! I have the best job in the entire world.
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The most adorable guy came over today.
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And I got to dress him up all day.
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Rachel has a new doll.
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Oh, I wish he was a doll.
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Then I could get a "Rachel" doll,
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and I'd bump them together and make kissing noises.

Other meanings for come over...

come overphrasal verb

  • ja~の身に降り懸かる、~に変化が起こる
  • ento be affected by something
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I was like, "Hi, nice to meet you. Sophie."
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Played it cool, ran into the closet, and cried for, like, 5 minutes.
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And then I came out with Joe, and Justin goes to Joe.
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He's like, "Yo, Joe, I heard you got a new girl."
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And Joe was like, "Yeah, yeah, yeah. There she is, she's over there."
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And I don't know what came over me to do this.
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But I turned around, I was like, "Hi."
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What's wrong with her?
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She's as happy as a cricket.
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As a matter of fact, since you hired Mary Poppins,
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the most extraordinary thing seems to have come over the household.
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All I wanted was a quiet birthday dinner.
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And you've ruined it, okay?
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You do this every year!
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The 2 of you, I don't know why I invite you to be honest.
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I'm sorry, James.
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I don't know what came over us.
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I'm sorry.
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Yeah, I'm sorry too.
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I remember the first time I told my wife that I loved her.
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We were holding hands, eating dinner,
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something came over me where I couldn't say anything but I love you.
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I don't really geek out over people but there is just something that comes over you, at least with me, when you see Beyoncé.
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And I found myself being like, "They ordered a vodka soda.
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They're drinking it, they just took another sip.
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And she put on her glasses, and now she took off her glasses."
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And my friends were like, "What is wrong with you?"
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Oh.
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Get out.
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Here's a gold. Thanks for your time.
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Go back to whatever stoop you crawled out of.
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Stink in here.
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That was so rude, why did we act that way?
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That was really mean. I don't know what came over me.
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Let's go back and apologize.
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Oh! Ah!