come

What is the difference between come and become?

come | become |


As verbs the difference between come and become

is that come is to move from further away to nearer to while become is (obsolete) to arrive, come (to a place).

As a noun come

is (obsolete) coming, arrival; approach.

As a preposition come

is when an event has occurred or a time has arrived.

What is the difference between come and lose?

come | lose | Antonyms |

Come is an antonym of lose.


As verbs the difference between come and lose

is that come is to move from further away to nearer to while lose is to cause (something) to cease to be in one's possession or capability due to unfortunate or unknown circumstances, events or reasons.

As a noun come

is (obsolete) coming, arrival; approach.

As a preposition come

is when an event has occurred or a time has arrived.

What is the difference between come and go?

come | go | Synonyms |

Come is a synonym of go.

Go is an antonym of come.


As verbs the difference between come and go

is that come is to move from further away to nearer to while go is (obsolete|intransitive) to walk; to fare on one's feet.

As nouns the difference between come and go

is that come is (obsolete) coming, arrival; approach while go is a turn at something or go can be (board game) a strategic board game, originally from china, in which two players (black and white) attempt to control the largest area of the board with their counters.

As a preposition come

is when an event has occurred or a time has arrived.

What is the difference between come and get?

come | get | Synonyms |

Come is a synonym of get.


As verbs the difference between come and get

is that come is to move from further away to nearer to while get is to obtain; to acquire.

As nouns the difference between come and get

is that come is (obsolete) coming, arrival; approach while get is offspring or get can be (british|regional) a git or get can be (judaism) a jewish writ of divorce.

As a preposition come

is when an event has occurred or a time has arrived.

What is the difference between come and away?

come | away |


As a verb come

is {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to move from further away to nearer to.

As a noun come

is {{context|obsolete|lang=en}} coming, arrival; approach.

As a preposition come

is when an event has occurred or a time has arrived.

As a adverb away is

from a place, [[hence#adverb|hence]].

As a interjection away is

{{context|northern england|lang=en}} come on!; go on!.

As a adjective away is

not here, gone, absent, unavailable, traveling; on vacation.

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