- get something or somebody for a specific purpose
- originate or come into being
- be mentioned
- come up, of celestial bodies
- come to the surface
- start running, functioning, or operating
- bring forth, usually something desirable
- result or issue
- gather or bring together
- gather (money or other resources) together over time
- move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
- move upward
When we come up against difficulties, we should cross a river in the same boat.
Laws are like spider's web : if me poor weak creature come up against them, it is caught; but a bigger one can break through and get away.
"Among a group of 59 waitstaff, van Baaren requested that half respond to diner's meal orders with a positive phrase such as, “Coming up!”"
"Because something unexpected has come up, I wonder if I can change my appointment from Monday to Wednesday. "
How'd you come up with such an idea, matthew?
All will be fit for the internationals coming up.
Jane can't come, she's been bringing up all morning
Look, the dolphin comes up again!
Come up; be brought up
When it come to that, Simley would ante up money on him as long as he had a red