Definition from macmillandictionary.com
The idea came to me when we were on holiday.
Her name will come to me in a minute.
It came to her that it was foolish to expect him to help.
With salaries and overtime the bill came to £752,000.
I’ll come on to some of the effects of this policy in a moment.
If it comes to war, NATO forces will be stronger in the air.
So, has our relationship come to this? Two people with nothing to say to each other.
You wonder what the world is coming to when young children are dying of hunger.
It comes to something when you don’t even remember your own mother’s birthday.
His teachers all agreed that he wouldn’t come to anything much.
When it comes to holidays, I prefer something lazy.
When it comes to writing letters, she’s hopeless.