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Pronunciation of Come: Learn how to pronounce Come in English correctly

Learn how to say Come correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word come:

verb (past came /keɪm/; past participle come)
1 [no object, usually with adverbial of direction] move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker:
Jess came into the kitchen
they came here as immigrants
he came rushing out
arrive at a specified place:
we walked along till we came to a stream
it was very late when she came back
my trunk hasn’t come yet
(of a thing) reach or extend to a specified point:
women in slim dresses that came all the way to their shoes
the path comes straight down
(be coming) approach:
someone was coming
she heard the train coming
travel in order to be with a specified person, to do a specified thing, or to be present at an event:
the police came
come and live with me
[with infinitive]:
the electrician came to mend the cooker
we have come a long way since Aristotle
[with present participle] join someone in participating in a specified activity or course of action:
do you want to come fishing tomorrow?
(come along/on) make progress; develop:
he’s coming along nicely
she asked them how their garden was coming on
(in imperative also come, come!) said to someone when correcting or reassuring someone:
Come, come, child, don’t thank me
2 [no object] occur; happen; take place:
twilight had not yet come
his father waited for a phone call that never came
a chance like this doesn’t come along every day
be heard, perceived, or experienced:
a voice came from the kitchen
it came as a great shock
[with adverbial] (of a quality) become apparent or noticeable through actions or performance:
as an actor your style and personality must come through
(come across or British over or US off) (of a person) appear or sound in a specified way; give a specified impression:
he’d always come across as a decent sort
(of a thought or memory) enter one’s mind:
the basic idea came to me while reading an article
a passage from a novel came back to Adam
3 [no object, with complement] take or occupy a specified position in space, order, or priority:
prisons come well down the list of priorities
I make sure my kids come first
achieve a specified place in a race or contest:
she came second among sixty contestants
4 [no object, with complement] pass into a specified state, especially one of separation or disunion:
his shirt had come undone
(come to/into) reach or be brought to a specified situation or result:
you will come to no harm
staff who come into contact with the public
the vehicle came to rest against a traffic signal
[with infinitive] eventually reach a certain condition or state of mind:
he had come to realize she was no puppet
5 [no object, with adverbial] be sold, available, or found in a specified form:
the cars come with a variety of extras
the shirts come in three sizes
6 [no object] informal have an orgasm.
when a specified time is reached or event happens:
I don’t think that they’ll be far away from honours come the new season
[mass noun] informal
semen ejaculated at an orgasm.