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What's "come on" mean here?

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Rebecca

It is a phrase said when encouraging someone to do something or to hurry up or when one feels that someone is wrong or foolish. In this context by saying "come on", Rachel is trying to tell Ross not to be sad and is trying to make him feel good. Ex: Come on! We must hurry! Ex: Come on! Don't feel bad.

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