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|present participle||coming under|
|past tense||came under|
|past participle||come under|
The department had come under criticism for poor performance.
Airport security will now come under increased scrutiny.
President Bush has come under pressure to step up the sanctions.
This is the American English definition of come under. View British English definition of come under.
old and in bad condition, or no longer effective