This page is about the phrasal verb come under
Meaning: to suddenly experience or suffer something dangerous or unpleasant
- come under sth Our soldiers have come under some heavy artillery attacks overnight.
- come under sth The government is coming under pressure from drug companies to ban the importation of medicines.
Nouns often used as objects with come under: attack, criticism, fire, pressure, scrutiny, threat, stress, strain
The president has been coming under fire for
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Contributor: Matt Errey