Come Up – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Come Up
What does come up mean? Here is the meaning of come up. When something comes up, it happens unexpectedly. We generally say that “something” comes up or “something” came up.

  • Sorry, something came up and I can’t go to the party.
  • Something came up and the boss cancelled the meeting.

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