|come up with
||think of, compose
||Can you come up with the answer to my question?
||an older person who tries to regain his/her former level of success
||He's the comeback kid. At 60, he thinks he can skate and
play the way he used to.
||correction, what you deserve, just desert, get yours
||If you've been cruel to people, you'll get your comeuppance.
|coming out of our ears
||having too many, having too much
||Everybody brought salad. We had salad coming out of our ears!
|coming out of your yin yang
||having far too many, having far too much, tons
||If we learn all the idioms in this book, we'll have idioms coming out of our yin yang!
|coming up roses
||doing very well, succeeding,
||Since I met Ty, life is wonderful. Everything's coming up roses!
||the ability to make logical decisions; horse sense
||It is because she has common sense that we ask her opinion.
||compare what we saw and heard
||We haven't had a chance to compare notes on Pat's wedding.
||quit, not work any more, sleep, give out
||The TV conked out just after the movie started.