come over

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} uzaktan gelmek
{f} uğramak

Şimdi uğramak ister misin? - Do you want to come over now?

Uğramak ve oynamak ister misin? - Do you want to come over and play?

(deyim) dışa vurmak
(Dilbilim) bir haller olmak
(Dilbilim) karşı tarafa geçmek
(Dilbilim) (umutsuzluğa vb) kapılmak
(Dilbilim) göçmen olarak gelmek
(Dilbilim) üzerine bir hal gelmek
taraf değiştirmek

Evime gelmek ister misiniz? - Would you like to come over to my house?

Tom bu öğleden sonra gelmek istediğini söylüyor. - Tom says that he'd like to come over this afternoon.

Üzerine çökmek
Birşey olmak, başına gelmek
{f} başına gelmek
{f} olmak
{f} ziyaret etmek

Ziyaret etmek ve bir film izlemek ya da başka bir şey ister misin? - Do you want to come over and watch a movie or something?

O yüzden mi ziyaret etmek istiyorsun? - Is that why you want to come over?

{f} yön değiştirmek
izlenim yaratmak
(Dilbilim) yakalanmak
come over here
buraya uğra
come the raw prawn over
(deyim) Kandırmaya çalışmak, yutturmak
Englisch - Englisch
To affect

It was then that a great pity came over me for this thin shadow of man; thinking rather what a fine, tall gentleman Colonel Mohune had once been, and a good soldier no doubt besides, than that he had wasted a noble estate and played traitor to the king.

To change ones position or location

I think, Emmaline, he concluded, I will ask Ántonia to come over and help you in the kitchen. She will be glad to earn something, and it will be a good time to end misunderstandings. I may as well ride over this morning and make arrangements. Do you want to go with me, Jim? His tone told me that he had already decided for me.

If someone or what they are saying comes over in a particular way, they make that impression on people who meet them or are listening to them. You come over as a capable and amusing companion = come across
If someone comes over all dizzy or shy, for example, they suddenly start feeling or acting in that way. When Connie pours her troubles out to him, Joe comes over all sensitive
If a feeling or desire, especially a strange or surprising one, comes over you, it affects you strongly. As I entered the corridor which led to my room that eerie feeling came over me I'm sorry, I don't know what came over me
communicate the intended meaning or impression; "He came across very clearly"
{f} visit; drop in; come, participate, join
A non-Manx person living in the Isle of Man
An immigrant
come the raw prawn over
(deyim) (Australian slang) Attempt to deceive
come over

    Türkische aussprache

    kʌm ōvır


    /ˈkəm ˈōvər/ /ˈkʌm ˈoʊvɜr/


    [ 'k&m ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English cuman; akin to Old High German queman to come, Latin venire, Greek bainein to walk, go.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    come over to


    ... come over and want to play against us in preseason games. ...
    ... where we now have had more than 1,000 speakers come over ...

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