comes Definition

  • 1to move or travel towards the speaker or with the speaker
  • 2to arrive at a particular place or event

Using comes: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "comes" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    He comes to visit us every weekend.

  • Example

    The train comes at 6 pm.

  • Example

    Winter is coming.

  • Example

    The storm is coming our way.

comes Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for comes

Antonyms for comes

Idioms Using comes

  • regardless of the weather or circumstances


    The postman delivers the mail every day, come rain or shine.

  • to accept and deal with a difficult situation


    It took her a long time to come to terms with her father's death.

  • to return to the starting point or original situation


    After years of traveling, she came full circle and returned to her hometown.

Phrases with comes

  • to meet or find by chance


    I came across an old friend in the supermarket.

  • to accompany someone or go somewhere with someone


    Would you like to come along to the party?

  • to return to a place


    When are you coming back from your vacation?


Summary: comes in Brief

'Comes' [kʌmz] is a verb that refers to moving or traveling towards the speaker or arriving at a particular place or event. It can be used in various contexts, such as visiting, weather, and events, as in 'He comes to visit us every weekend.' 'Comes' also appears in phrases like 'come across,' meaning to meet or find by chance, and idioms like 'come rain or shine,' denoting persistence regardless of circumstances.