||invitation to romance, give her the eye
||She's giving Rex the come-on, smiling at him
|come on strong
||do it with more energy, do it with enthusiasm
||If you come on too strong, the customer will not buy from you.
||come on our team, be on our side, buy into
||We want to persuade Vi to come onside. We want her to join us.
||talk to in a sexual way, make advances
||In the car he started coming onto her. He said he wanted her.
|come out in the wash
||become clear later, when the dust settles
||We will soon know who did it. It will all come out in the wash.
|come out with
||say, tell, blurt out
||Then she comes out with a dirty joke and nobody laughed.
||complete the task, do what is expected
||We're hoping that Ron will come through with high grades.
||regain your senses or consciousness
||A few minutes after the accident, he came to. He opened his eyes.
||When it comes to dessert, I like raisin pie.
|come to a head
||come to a climax, result in a fight
||Things will come to a head when the family discusses the will.