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Detailed Synonyms for coming in Englisch

coming:

coming [the ~] Nomen

  1. the coming
    the coming; the arrival; the arriving
  2. the coming
    the arrival; the coming
  3. the coming
    the coming; the on the way; the at hand
  4. the coming
    – arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous) 1
    the coming; the advent
    – arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous) 1
    • coming [the ~] Nomen
    • advent [the ~] Nomen
      • the advent of the computer1
  5. the coming
    – the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse 1
    the coming; the climax; the orgasm; the sexual climax
    – the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse 1
  6. the coming
    – the act of drawing spatially closer to something 1
    the approach; the coming; the approaching
    – the act of drawing spatially closer to something 1
  7. the coming
    – the temporal property of becoming nearer in time 1
    the approach; the coming; the approaching
    – the temporal property of becoming nearer in time 1

coming Adjektiv

  1. coming
    coming; next
  2. coming
    prospective; future; coming; intended; next; would-be; will-be; meant
  3. coming
    coming; subsequent; following; next
  4. coming
    – of the relatively near future 1
    coming; approaching; forthcoming; upcoming
    – of the relatively near future 1
    • coming Adjektiv
      • this coming Thursday1
    • approaching Adjektiv
      • the approaching election1
    • forthcoming Adjektiv
      • the forthcoming holidays1
    • upcoming Adjektiv
      • the upcoming spring fashions1

Verwandte Wörter für "coming":


Alternate Synonyms for "coming":


Verwandte Definitionen für "coming":

  1. of the relatively near future1
    • this coming Thursday1
  2. arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous)1
  3. the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse1
  4. the act of drawing spatially closer to something1
  5. the temporal property of becoming nearer in time1

come:

to come Verb (comes, came, coming)

  1. to come
    to ejaculate; to come
    • ejaculate Verb (ejaculates, ejaculated, ejaculating)
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
  2. to come
    to end up; to come; to arrive at
    • end up Verb (ends up, ended up, ending up)
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
    • arrive at Verb (arrives at, arrived at, arriving at)
  3. to come
    – come to pass; arrive, as in due course 1
    to come
    – come to pass; arrive, as in due course 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • The first success came three days later1
      • It came as a shock1
      • Dawn comes early in June1
  4. to come
    – be found or available 1
    to come
    – be found or available 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled1
  5. to come
    – happen as a result 1
    to come
    – happen as a result 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • Nothing good will come of this1
  6. to come
    – reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position 1
    to come
    – reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • The water came to a boil1
      • We came to understand the true meaning of life1
      • Their anger came to a boil1
      • I came to realize the true meaning of life1
      • The shoes came untied1
      • come into contact with a terrorist group1
      • your wish will come true1
  7. to come
    – have a certain priority 1
    to come
    – have a certain priority 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • My family comes first1
  8. to come
    – come to one's mind; suggest itself 1
    to occur; to come
    – come to one's mind; suggest itself 1
    • occur Verb (occurs, occured, occuring)
      • It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • A great idea then came to her1
  9. to come
    – cover a certain distance 1
    to come
    – cover a certain distance 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • She came a long way1
  10. to come
    – move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody 1
    to come; to come up
    – move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • He came singing down the road1
      • come down here!1
      • come out of the closet!1
      • come into the room1
    • come up Verb (comes up, came up, coming up)
  11. to come
    – reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress 1
    to get; to come; to arrive
    – reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress 1
    • get Verb (gets, got, getting)
      • She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
    • arrive Verb (arrives, arrived, arriving)
      • She arrived home at 7 o'clock1
  12. to come
    – be received 1
    to come; to come in
    – be received 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • News came in of the massacre in Rwanda1
    • come in Verb (comes in, came in, coming in)
  13. to come
    – experience orgasm 1
    to come
    – experience orgasm 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • she could not come because she was too upset1
  14. to come
    – proceed or get along 1
    to do; to come; fare; to make out; get along
    – proceed or get along 1
    • do Verb (does, did, doing)
      • How is she doing in her new job?1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • He's come a long way1
    • fare Verb
    • make out Verb (makes out, made out, making out)
    • get along Verb
  15. to come
    – to be the product or result 1
    to come; to follow
    – to be the product or result 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • Melons come from a vine1
      • Understanding comes from experience1
    • follow Verb (follows, followed, following)
  16. to come
    – develop into 1
    amount; to come; to add up
    – develop into 1
    • amount Verb
      • This idea will never amount to anything1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • nothing came of his grandiose plans1
    • add up Verb (adds up, added up, adding up)
  17. to come
    – add up in number or quantity 1
    amount; to come; to number; total; to add up
    – add up in number or quantity 1
    • amount Verb
      • The bills amounted to $2,0001
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • The bill came to $2,0001
    • number Verb (numbers, numbered, numbering)
    • total Verb
    • add up Verb (adds up, added up, adding up)
  18. to come
    – extend or reach 1
    to come
    – extend or reach 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • The water came up to my waist1
      • The sleeves come to your knuckles1
  19. to come
    – come under, be classified or included 1
    to come; to fall
    – come under, be classified or included 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • This comes under a new heading1
    • fall Verb (falls, fell, falling)
      • fall into a category1
  20. to come
    – come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example 1
    to derive; to come; to descend
    – come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example 1
    • derive Verb (derives, derived, deriving)
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • he comes from humble origins1
    • descend Verb (descends, descended, descending)
      • She was descended from an old Italian noble family1
  21. to come
    – be a native of 1
    to come; to hail
    – be a native of 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
    • hail Verb (hails, hailed, hailing)
      • She hails from Kalamazoo1
  22. to come
    – exist or occur in a certain point in a series 1
    to come
    – exist or occur in a certain point in a series 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • Next came the student from France1
  23. to come
    – come forth 1
    to come; issue forth
    – come forth 1
    • come Verb (comes, came, coming)
      • A scream came from the woman's mouth1
      • His breath came hard1

Konjugationen für come:

present
  1. come
  2. come
  3. comes
  4. come
  5. come
  6. come
simple past
  1. came
  2. came
  3. came
  4. came
  5. came
  6. came
present perfect
  1. have come
  2. have come
  3. has come
  4. have come
  5. have come
  6. have come
past continuous
  1. was coming
  2. were coming
  3. was coming
  4. were coming
  5. were coming
  6. were coming
future
  1. shall come
  2. will come
  3. will come
  4. shall come
  5. will come
  6. will come
continuous present
  1. am coming
  2. are coming
  3. is coming
  4. are coming
  5. are coming
  6. are coming
subjunctive
  1. be come
  2. be come
  3. be come
  4. be come
  5. be come
  6. be come
diverse
  1. come!
  2. let's come!
  3. come
  4. coming
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

come [the ~] Nomen

  1. the come
    – the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract 1
    the come; the seed; the semen; the ejaculate; the cum; the seminal fluid
    – the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract 1

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Alternate Synonyms for "come":


Antonyme für "come":


Verwandte Definitionen für "come":

  1. the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract1
  2. come to pass; arrive, as in due course1
    • The first success came three days later1
    • It came as a shock1
    • Dawn comes early in June1
  3. be found or available1
    • These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled1
  4. happen as a result1
    • Nothing good will come of this1
  5. reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position1
    • The water came to a boil1
    • We came to understand the true meaning of life1
    • Their anger came to a boil1
    • I came to realize the true meaning of life1
    • The shoes came untied1
    • come into contact with a terrorist group1
    • your wish will come true1
  6. have a certain priority1
    • My family comes first1
  7. come to one's mind; suggest itself1
    • A great idea then came to her1
  8. cover a certain distance1
    • She came a long way1
  9. move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody1
    • He came singing down the road1
    • come down here!1
    • come out of the closet!1
    • come into the room1
  10. reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress1
  11. be received1
    • News came in of the massacre in Rwanda1
  12. experience orgasm1
    • she could not come because she was too upset1
  13. proceed or get along1
    • He's come a long way1
  14. to be the product or result1
    • Melons come from a vine1
    • Understanding comes from experience1
  15. develop into1
    • nothing came of his grandiose plans1
  16. add up in number or quantity1
    • The bill came to $2,0001
  17. extend or reach1
    • The water came up to my waist1
    • The sleeves come to your knuckles1
  18. come under, be classified or included1
    • This comes under a new heading1
  19. come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example1
    • he comes from humble origins1
  20. be a native of1
  21. exist or occur in a certain point in a series1
    • Next came the student from France1
  22. come forth1
    • A scream came from the woman's mouth1
    • His breath came hard1

Related Synonyms for coming