come over

verb

Definition of come over

intransitive verb
1 a :to change from one side (as of a controversy) to the other
b :to visit casually :drop in
  • come over whenever you like
2 British :become

Examples of come over in a Sentence

  1. come over sometime and I'll show you my roses

First Known Use of come over

1576

come over Synonyms

Synonyms
come by, call, drop by, drop in, pop (in), run (over), run in, step in, stop (by or in), visit
Related Words
barge (in); look up, see; bop (into), happen (by); frequent, hang (at), haunt, resort (to)

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