hit, strike, come to(verb)
cause to experience suddenly
"Panic struck me"; "An interesting idea hit her"; "A thought came to me"; "The thought struck terror in our minds"; "They were struck with fear"
touch, chance upon, resuscitate, shoot, excise, dispatch, move, hit, arrive at, strickle, attain, pertain, chance on, concern, reach, take, fall upon, refer, strike, score, make, off, revive, polish off, pip, assume, mint, collide with, coin, gain, fall, walk out, impinge on, touch on, affect, run into, scratch, happen upon, stumble, slay, relate, shine, bear on, murder, rack up, tally, impress, come across, take up, have-to doe with, expunge, come upon, light upon, discover, bump off, remove
refer, pertain, relate, concern, come to, bear on, touch, touch on, have-to doe with(verb)
be relevant to
"There were lots of questions referring to her talk"; "My remark pertained to your earlier comments"
adjoin, touch, resuscitate, equal, associate, doctor, have-to doe with, cite, rival, hit, consult, fix, pertain, appertain, continue, concern, impact, mend, worry, link, refer, strike, meet, reach, repair, connect, bushel, stir, bring up, uphold, tinge, look up, affect, occupy, restore, name, relate, touch on, interrelate, preserve, tinct, bear on, partake, allude, bear upon, mention, colligate, contact, match, tie in, advert, push, furbish up, denote, carry on, revive, extend to, interest, disturb, link up, tint
come to, strike(verb)
"The horse finally struck a pace"
touch, chance upon, resuscitate, excise, hit, attain, pertain, chance on, concern, take, fall upon, refer, strike, move, assume, collide with, coin, fall, walk out, impinge on, shine, touch on, affect, run into, scratch, happen upon, revive, relate, come across, bear on, mint, strickle, impress, take up, have-to doe with, expunge, come upon, light upon, discover
come to, revive, resuscitate(verb)
return to consciousness
"The patient came to quickly"; "She revived after the doctor gave her an injection"
recreate, resurrect, touch, quicken, reanimate, revivify, have-to doe with, touch on, vivify, revive, relate, refer, hit, strike, animate, pertain, repair, bear on, renovate, resuscitate, concern
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To reach, in the sense here considered, is to come to by motion or progress. Attain is now oftenest used of abstract relations; as, to attain success. When applied to concrete matters, it commonly signifies the overcoming of hindrance and difficulty; as, the storm-beaten ship at length attained the harbor. Come is the general word for moving to or toward the place where the speaker or writer is or supposes himself to be. To reach is to come to from a distance that is actually or relatively considerable; to stretch the journey, so to speak, across the distance, as, in its original meaning, one reaches an object by stretching out the hand. To gain is to reach or attain something eagerly sought; the wearied swimmer reaches or gains the shore. One comes in from his garden; he reaches home from a journey. To arrive is to come to a destination, to reach a point intended or proposed. The European steamer arrives in port, or reaches the harbor; the dismantled wreck drifts ashore, or comes to land. Compare ATTAIN.
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How to use come to in a sentence?
He's trying to mix a scientific world with a political world and a medical world and a spiritual world and sometimes the end result can be kind of flabbergasting because it's shocking to people, but eventually it will work out and come to the right conclusion because he's always searching.
Unlike maybe all the other pieces [ of the immigration reform debate ], there is bipartisan support for Dreamers, the decision was made for the children to come to America ; they had no decision in the matter. Americans understand that and have compassion for that.
Good things come to people who wait, but better things come to those who go out and get them.
The fact is, the reason that we don't want to fund the government at current levels is because the budget agreement includes necessary and adequate funding for our national security, so passing a continuing resolution because Congress is unable to come to an agreement on the budget agreement is only going to underfund our national security efforts. It seems like a pretty bad time to be doing that.
I came home and went to bed at whatever time we finished, i haven’t been in it, so I don’t want to speak on something I haven’t read. I think that’s dangerous. It’s definitely something that being at the festival, the media these days, you come to a film festival about film and people talk about all different types of things. You know? That can be definitely tricky to navigate, I’m sure. I don’t want to speak about something I haven’t read.
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