Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словами come to

Фразеологизмы со словами come to

all good things must come to an end
Все хорошее когда-нибудь заканчивается.
All good things must come to an end and we soon had to return home from our holiday.
Все хорошее когда-нибудь заканчивается и нам вскоре пришлось вернуться домой из отпуска.
come alive
come to life
To become alert or attentive; wake up and look alive; become active.
When Mr. Simmons mentioned money, the boys came alive.
Bob pushed the starter button, and the engine came alive with a roar.
To look real; take on a bright, natural look.
Under skillful lighting, the scene came alive.
The President came alive in the picture as the artist worked.
come to a dead end
come to an end
To reach a point from which one cannot proceed further, either because of a physical obstacle or because of some forbidding circumstance.
Our car came to a dead end; the only way to get out was to drive back in reverse.
The factory expansion project came to a dead end because of a lack of funds.
To end, to stop.
This idiom is used with finally and never when some activity lasts too long.
The meeting finally came to an end at ten o’clock in the evening.
Even though my friend seemed to enjoy the movie, I thought that it would never come to an end.
come to blows
To begin to fight.
The two quarreling boys came to blows after school.
The two countries came to blows because one wanted to be independent from the other.
come to grief
To have a bad accident or disappointment; meet trouble or ruin; end badly; wreck; fail.
Bill came to grief learning to drive a car.
Nick's hopes for a new house came to grief when the house he was building burned down.
The fishing boat came to grief off Cape Cod.
come to grips with
To get hold of (another wrestler) in close fighting.
After circling around for a minute, the two wrestlers came to grips with each other.
To struggle seriously with (an idea or problem).
Mr. Blake's leaching helps students come to grips with the important ideas in the history lesson.
Harry cannot be a leader, because he never quite comes to grips with a problem.
come to hand
To be received or obtained.
Father's letter was mailed from Florida last week and came to hand today.
The new books came to hand today.
New information about the boy's disappearance came to hand yesterday.
come to light
To be discovered; become known; appear.
John's thefts from the bank where he worked came to light when the bank examiners made an inspection.
When the old woman died it came to light that she was actually rich.
New facts about ancient Egypt have recently come to light.