||not used for a long time, idle, gathering dust
||"Where's the silver tray?" "On the shelf, collecting dust."
||have an orgasm, ejaculate
||Some women fake an orgasm - they pretend to come, eh.
||seem to be, appear to be
||You came across as being angry, not just disappointed.
||I came across an antique basin in the attic. It was in a box.
||give, pay, pay up
||They came across with $250 - half the money they owe us.
|come across [B]
||consent to have sex, get laid, go all the way
||You kiss me as though you're going to come across, but then you say no.
||what did you say? beg your pardon?
||When I asked Grandpa if he liked the soup, he said, "Come again?"
||become lively, cheer, applaud
||As the players skated onto the ice, the crowd came alive.
||begin to co-operate, believe, come onside
||When he reads the report, he'll come around. He'll believe us.
|come back to haunt you
||cause you to feel guilty or ashamed
||Lies will come back to haunt you, remind you of the past.