come over to


: to make a social visit to (a place)
Why don't you come over to my place after work?
: to change to (the other side) in a disagreement, competition, etc.
I've been trying to persuade her to come over to our side, but I haven't convinced her yet.

Examples of come over to in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web What happens is when the other kids want to come over to her house—they are bored by their less flashy playtime options and toys. Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal, Parents, 22 June 2023 Guest entertainers bang out showstoppers on the barn’s black piano, and friends, the girls say, come over to dance flamenco and tango and rock ’n’ roll. Jason Horowitz, Town & Country, 16 June 2023 Have family and friends come over to mimic the wax museum presentation. Meghan Leahy, Anchorage Daily News, 2 Apr. 2023 Give your Galentine's Day party a healthy-living angle and invite an instructor come over to give you a private lesson in yoga, pilates, or whatever else. Jessica Cherner, House Beautiful, 4 Jan. 2023 Pair these with a sweatsuit for nights curled up by the fire or with jeans when friends come over to watch White Lotus. Kristina Rutkowski, Harper's BAZAAR, 7 Dec. 2022 The Landgraabs come over to welcome them to the fancy part of the neighborhood, but angry spirits scare them away. Vulture, 6 Oct. 2022 Whenever people come over to help out, each person can choose one task to do from that list, Gunyon Meyer says. Tiffany Ayuda, SELF, 6 Oct. 2022 Dan has been continually asking to come over to my house for a barbecue and to hang out. Amy Dickinson, Detroit Free Press, 16 Apr. 2021

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“Come over to.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 May. 2024.

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