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To advance or make progress
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“There's nothing more satisfying than those early years when your child is learning to read and their improvements come on quick and fast.”
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To enter or make an appearance
“The pains and suffering come on suddenly and with great violence, and then subside just as suddenly.”
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To make progress or increase the skill of
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To attract or lure by temptation
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To act flirtatiously, especially just for fun
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To be on the verge of inflicting harm or danger
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To appear indistinctly, especially in an exaggerated or threatening form
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(happen on or upon) To find or come across by chance
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To be published, released or offered for sale
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To persuade someone to do something
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Interjection
Used as a form of encouragement
Come on! Let's win this thing!”
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Used to ask or command someone to move faster
Come on! We're about to miss the train!”
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Used to express incredulity or irritation
“Oh, come on, do we have to hear that baloney again?”
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Used to express surprise, doubt or disbelief
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A phrase said to wish fortune on someone or as encouragement
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A thing that persuades or leads someone to do something
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That which entices, or incites to evil
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Flirtatious dialogue
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An approach or proposal made to someone with the aim of opening negotiations or establishing a relationship
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A trick by which someone is misled into acting contrary to their interests or intentions
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Adjective
Of or pertaining to flirtation
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