come under

come under(
kuhm
 
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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 be the object of)
a. ser objeto de
The president has continued to defend his policies despite their having come under serious criticism.El presidente ha seguido defendiendo su política a pesar de que ha sido objeto de duras críticas.
2. (to fall under the power of)
a. caer bajo
It was clear that the children had come under the wizard's spell.Estaba claro que los niños habían caído bajo el hechizo del mago.
3. (to be categorized as)
a. ir bajo
I'm not sure if that book would come under fantasy or science fiction.No estoy seguro si ese libro iría bajo fantasía o ciencia ficción.
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come under
intransitive verb
it comes under the heading of vandalism se puede clasificar de vandalismo; he came under the teacher's influence cayó bajo la influencia del profesor; to come under attack sufrir un ataque; verse atacado
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