come upphrasal verb

  • ja近づいてくる、発生する、起こる
  • ento arise, emerge, or occur

Examples

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I'll see your situation and I'll raise you a situation.
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Your company is losing clients left and right.
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You have a stockholder meeting coming up.
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And you are going to have to explain to them why your most profitable branch is bleeding.
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So they may be looking for a little change in the CFO.
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So I don't think I need to wait out Dunder Mifflin.
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I think I just have to wait out you.
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I ended up telling Brian that we were open.
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Really, you told him just 'cause it came up?
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Or you told him 'cause you're hoping some other stuff will come up?
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- Hey! - Hey.
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I need to talk to you!
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Sure. What's up?
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Oh, sorry. I meant Chandler.
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I know.
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Well, if something comes up...
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Well, I'm glad you guys have passed that little awkward phase.
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Outside, my car, 2 minutes.
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Well, something's come up, I gotta go.
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No, no, no, she'll wake up.
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No, I have something to do.
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I know what you have to do.
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Please stay with Cece.
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We make sure that we don't go too long without seeing each other.
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But he is going to a festival that he's in this weekend.
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And it's his aunt's wedding.
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And I have something work-wise that came up that I might not be able to go.
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And he's traveling with the baby himself.
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And it's just the anxiety.
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I'm trying to see what family member could go.
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- Wait, so he's never traveled with the baby by himself? - No.
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No.
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And you don't trust him?
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No.
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The sat nav's showing an accident coming up.
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Do you mind if I follow an alternate route it's showing me?
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Well, just to be clear, Kurt and I are not a thing.
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So it has nothing to do with our thing.
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We have a thing?
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- You asked me out. - Yeah.
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About that... something came up.
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I'll see you around.
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Oh. Okay.
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See you around.
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The fear of ruining the friendship also
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comes up when Monica is under the impression
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that Joey has a crush on Phoebe.
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“Is it something you'd be interested in?"
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“Oh, I don't know, I don't know, I don't know.”
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After Peggy gives birth, she chooses not to keep the baby.
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“Don't you want to hold him, sweetheart?”
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This is a painful experience that stays with her over the years.
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“Do you ever think about it?”
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“I try not to.
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But then it comes up out of nowhere.
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Playgrounds…”

Other meanings for come up...

come upphrasal verb

  • ja近づく、やって来る
  • ento approach someone or something
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The guy was hammered, okay?
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There's no way that you look like Ross' mother.
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Then why would he say it?
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Because he's crazy, okay?
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He came up to me earlier and thanked me for my very moving performance in 'Titanic.'
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Your mother was in labor for 37 hours.
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You clung on to her uterus like The Thing.
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It was so gross, man.
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- I threw up on the nurse. - Ew.
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You know, the baby comes out, it's not all clean.
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There's all this stuff all over it.
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It looks like the inside of a Pop-Tart.
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And then she comes up to me, "Do you wanna cut the cord, sir?"
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And I said, "Holy shit!
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No, I don't wanna cut the *bleep* cord.
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You cut the *bleep* cord."
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So there's a songwriter called Max Martin, who I was with in Sweden recently,
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and he wrote 'Everybody' for Backstreet Boys.
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And I went around his house and he had a taco night on a Friday.
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And he came up to me with the taco singing, "Taco Friday."
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And I just sing that from every now and then.
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He's so not my type anymore.
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Oh, you mean because he's not an asshole.
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Oh, he's an asshole.
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He's just a stealth asshole.
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Like those good-looking guys, those white dudes with the beard that come up to you on the street,
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all good-looking, ask you, "How you doing?"
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And then you realize they're carrying a clipboard,
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asking to donate money for some endangered flora and fauna.
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Misleading you!
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All right, I'll take that as a maybe.
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This is me.
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This is what I do.
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I'm gonna end up alone just like he did.
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Chandler, Heckles was a nut case.
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Our trains are on the same track, okay?
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Yeah, sure, I'm coming up 30 years behind him.
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But the stops are all the same.
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Bittertown, Aloneville, Hermit Junction.
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And I know there's so many parents that come up to me.
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And just hearing them say,
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"Thank you for being that for my daughter or for my son, being an inspiration for them,"
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that's everything to me, so.
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That's a big deal.
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- I take that very, very seriously. - Yeah, good for you, good for you.
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- Do people come up to you and want you to put your hands on your face? - Do the face thing?
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Yes.
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Oh, my God.
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What do you say to them?
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Just like, no.
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Yeah, right.
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- I've already been there, done that already, guys. - Right, right.
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"I'm 37 now, okay?
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Okay, mom?"
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So how did this—this one video become so popular?
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Some dude came up to me.
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He was like, "Dude, like, you're awesome.
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Let me—just do your thing, you know."
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(man) Let's see your stuff, man.
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Damn!
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He could have been a predator.
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I mean, he looks like somebody that might want to,
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like, take you, like, to his place,
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lock you up in a basement...
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Yeah.
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And just come down and watch you spin signs for him.
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He was doing his opera, an opera on Mary, and the story of Mary.
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And so everyone was silver.
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And I wasn't there.
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But I think the next day, or the day after, even, he came home.
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And I was looking at him across the kitchen table.
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And I'm like, wait, what's in your ear?
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And I came up to him.
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And I'm like, oh, it's silver paint.
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It must take a long time to get that out.
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I would think that ahead of time,
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that it would be hard to get that out.