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

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word come:

intransitive verb
Word forms: came, come, ˈcoming
to move from a place thought of as “there” to or into a place thought of as “here”:
in the second person, with relation to the speaker ⇒ come to me, will you come to the dance tonight?
in the first person, with relation to the person addressed ⇒ I will come to see you
in the third person, with relation to the person or thing approached ⇒ he came into the room
to approach or reach by or as by moving toward
to arrive or appear ⇒ help will come
to extend; reach ⇒ the bus line comes near the hotel
to happen; take place ⇒ success came to him early in life
to take form in the mind, as through recollection ⇒ her name finally came to him
to occur in a certain place or order ⇒ after 9 comes 10
to become actual; evolve; develop ⇒ peace will come in time
to proceed; progress; get (along) ⇒ how’s your new book coming (along)?
to be derived ⇒ milk comes from cows
to be descended ⇒ he comes from an old family
to be a native, resident, or former resident (with from)
to be caused; result ⇒ illness may come from a poor diet
(US) to be due or owed (to) (used in the participle) ⇒ to get what is coming to one
to pass by or as by inheritance ⇒ the house came to him on the death of his father
to enter into a certain state or condition ⇒ this word has come into use
to get to be; become ⇒ my shoe came loose
to be obtainable or available ⇒ this dress comes in four sizes
to amount; add up (to)
(informal) to have a sexual orgasm
when (a specified time or event) occurs [come evening, he will return ] (used with the subject after the verb)