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come to (something or someone)

part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to reach a particular state or result.
Fortunately, no one came to harm.All their efforts came to nothing in the end.It took a great deal of discussion before we came to an agreement.How did you come to that decision?
definition 2: to arrive at a particular point, often an undesirable or frightening one.
Will we need to evacuate? Well, let's hope the situation doesn't come to that.Do you ever wonder what the world is coming to?
definition 3: of a thought, memory or idea, to enter into one's mind.
Suddenly, the perfect solution came to me.His name? Wait. It's coming to me. I'll think of it in a second.