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come across (also come over)
(a) be understood or communicated ; : He spoke for a long time but his meaning did not really come across. , . (b) make an impression of the specified type : She comes across well/badly in interviews. []. * He came across as sympathetic/a sympathetic person. . come across sb/sth meet or find sb/sth by chance []; : I ,came across an old `school friend in Oxford Street this morning. . * She ,came across some old `photographs in a drawer. . come a`cross (with sth) (dated infml , ) give or hand over (money, information, etc) : He owes me five pounds but I doubt if he'll ever come across (with it). , .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:41:11
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