Skip to Content

EnglishClub
Home Learn English Teach English MyEnglishClub

come of

Meaning: to be the result of an event or situation

For example:

  • come of sth Did anything come of your job interview at the bank?

  • come of sth They should stop seeing each other behind her husband's back. No good can come of it.

Quick Quiz:

Sandra sent her CV to hundreds of companies, but nothing came of it and she
  1. found her dream job
  2. had lots of interviews
  3. is still looking for work

Terms | Privacy | Contact | Report error

EnglishClub Group EnglishClub EasyEnglish ESLDepot Teflnet

© 1997-2014 EnglishClub