come to

verb
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of come to

intransitive verb
1 : to recover consciousness
2 a : to bring a ship's head nearer the wind : luff
b : to come to anchor or to a stop

First Known Use of come to

1805

come to Synonyms

Synonyms
come around, come round, revive
Related Words
pull through, rally, recover; awake, awaken, wake up
Near Antonyms
black out, faint, pass out

Medical Dictionary

come to

intransitive verb \ ˈkəm-ˈtü \

medical Definition of come to

: to recover consciousness


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