English version

come to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome to do somethingcome to do somethinga) to begin to have a feeling or opinion He came to think of Italy as his home. I came to believe that he was innocent after all. b) to do something by chance, without planning or intending to do it Can you tell me how the body came to be discovered?come to be doing something I often wondered how I came to be living in such a place. come
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come to be doing somethingA pattern of trouble quickly came to be associated with the street gangs.Both kings came to be surrounded by uncles who sought to further war for their own ends.Discrimination and parental choice have come to be linked over a number of issues of current importance.It is very scary to think that when my time comes to be cared for..The ability to leverage private capital has also come to be increasingly expressed in defense of sorely needed downtown redevelopment activity.The time when children and families were otherwise most healthy and carefree came to be a time of sickness and dread.This is the story that so nearly came to be cancelled.
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