come across

come across
phrvi sl
1)

Some day he'll be at each one of those people's houses and they'd better come across — Когда-нибудь он постучит в двери этих людей, и тогда им лучше уважить его просьбу

2)

You could get almost anything if you stood in with the right people and were willing to come across — Вы можете достать все, что угодно, если вы хорошо знакомы с нужными людьми и готовы дать на лапу

3)

He owes me five pounds but I'm afraid he'll never come across — Он должен мне пять фунтов, но я боюсь, что он мне их никогда не отдаст

4) taboo

He'd wanted to make her come across without any trickery but if trickery there had to be, he was the man for it — Он хотел уговорить ее отдаться ему без всяких там уловок, но если бы потребовались уловки, он как раз был способен и на это

At last she came across and ever since she comes across any time he asks her — Наконец, она ему дала и с тех пор дает каждый раз, когда он попросит


Новый англо-русский словарь современной разговорной лексики. - М.:«Русский язык-Медиа» . . 2003.

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