• US /kem/
  • UK /keɪm/
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  • v. 到達、到來; 來、寄送到; 已來到; 來了;
  • The letter came when we were about to leave the office
  • The mail came early today
  • John came first, then Mary arrived
  • I am glad to know that your arguments came to an end

【TEDx】你如何定義你自己? (How do you define yourself? Lizzie Velasquez at TEDxAustinWomen)

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  1. so when i was born, it was a miracle that i came out screaming.

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  1. Past tense of cum because cummed doesn't sound right.
    Dude, I just came all over my hand, better go wash it up.
  2. 1. A great feeling 2. Hoping there is more 3. past tense of cum
    "I was so fucking tired, after i came" "That bastard came all over my face, thankfully his small penis also means not much cum." "I finally came"
  3. Came is the past tense of come, which means to move toward something (and various other things). It is not, however, the past tense of [cum]. The past tense of cum is [cummed]. Look at the word hang. When you hang somebody (as in a form of execution), you hanged them, not hung them. Same goes for cum. It is a different word and meaning so it is cum, cummed, cumming, will cum, et cetera.
    I came over to Erin's house last night and played video games.