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come up


come up

verb

Definition of COME UP

1
to come near or nearer <the girl came up to the counter and asked if she could have her order prepared to go>
Antonyms back (up or away), recede, retire, retreat, withdraw
2
to come to one's attention especially gradually or unexpectedly <let me know if anything else comes up during the project>
Synonyms come up, crop (up), emerge, materialize, spring (up), surface

March 04, 2015
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