What does "come on" mean here? Can you tell me how to use "come on" in daily conversation?
"Come on" in this context is a word used to plead with someone or calm them down. In this case, he uses "come on" to mean "please", because he is implying that he wants her to stop crying. So he also uses the phrase "come on" in this context to calm her down and to sympathize with her. "Come on" can have many different meanings, but it can be used with this same meaning intended when said in the same tone of voice as he is saying it here. Ex: Come on, I was only joking, I didn't mean to upset you. Ex: You don't want to come? Come on, it'll be fun!
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