come over; come to; come up; come up against; come up to; come up with; come upon; conjure up; conk out

come over
來,(到某人家) 拜訪,順便來訪
Why don’t you come over after work for dinner?

come to
Don’t worry! She faints all the time. She always comes to after a few minutes.

come to +
達到 (某數量、某金額、某狀況、某狀態、某時等)
The two men started arguing but they soon came to blows and started fighting in earnest.

come up
I’ll let you know if anything comes up.
A chance may come up soon.

come up
(太陽、月亮或星星) 出現,升起
The sun came up just as we reached the outskirts of the town.

come up against +
遇到 (問題、困難或不愉快的事)
They came up against a lot of opposition to their plans for an out-of-town supermarket development.

come up to +
The job offer didn’t come up to her expectations.

come up with +
提出,想出 (計畫、構想、方法、藉口等)
She came up with a great proposal for the new advertising campaign.

come upon +
I came upon the book in a little second-hand bookshop in Tainan.

conjure * up +
This music conjures up a picture of flowing water.

conjure * up +
I had to conjure up a full weekend’s entertainment for the visitors with no notice at all.
They managed to conjure up a goal and won the match.

conk out
I was exhausted and conked out on the sofa.

conk out
The printer conked out so I couldn’t get a hard copy.