come for
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come for(
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to go looking for)
a. ir en busca de
Madison's parents came for her at 3:00 pm like they agreed, but she wasn't there.Los padres de Madison fueron en busca de ella a las 3:00 pm como habían acordado, pero ella no estaba.
b. venir a buscar
What time are you coming for me this afternoon?¿A qué hora me vienes a buscar esta tarde?
c. venir a por
Regionalism used in Spain
I came for the air conditioners that are on sale.Vine a por los acondicionadores de aire que están de rebaja.
2. (to hunt down)
a. venir por
Those zombies are coming for us! Run!Esos zombies vienen por nosotros. ¡Corre!
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