|come to fruition
||become reality, be completed as planned, see it through
||Through your donations, your hard work, and your perseverance
you have seen your plans for this church come to fruition.
|come to grips with
||accept the truth, face facts
||I am finally coming to grips with my divorce. I'm accepting it.
|come to terms
||agree, sign an agreement, settle it
||We hope they can come to terms before the court date.
|come to terms with
||accept that it is true, face facts
||She helped the boy come to terms with the death of his father.
|come to the point
||say what is important, get to the point
||When you make a speech, come to the point quickly.
|come to think of it
||now that I remember it, a thought has just come
||Come to think of it, I was the one who suggested marriage.
||become real, happen, come to fruition
||You must believe in your dream to make it come true.
||lose self-control, disorganized, at loose ends, fall to pieces
||When she's near me, I come undone. I can't think or talk!
||lose control, fall apart
||If Tina doesn't stop worrying, she'll come unglued.
||happen, occur, crop up
||In this job we never know what will come up. One customer wanted to buy an ostrich.