come over (1)

Meaning: to visit a place, or to move from one place or country to another

For example:

  • come over Do you want to come over after work and see my new 50" TV?

  • come over My family has lived in Australia ever since my great grandparents come over from England in 1896.

Quick Quiz:

In the nineteenth century, many Europeans wanted to escape poverty in their homelands, so they came over

a. for dinner

b. to live in America

c. for the holiday of a lifetime

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