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come across

verb

Definition of COME ACROSS

intransitive verb
1
:  to give over or furnish something demanded; especially :  to pay over money
2
:  to produce an impression <comes across as a good speaker>
3
:  come through 2

First Known Use of COME ACROSS

1878

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2 ENTRIES FOUND:
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