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 Translation for 'Come on' from English to Serbian
VERB   to come on | came on | come on
coming on | comes on
SYNO to advance | to approach | to come along | ...
Ајде! [разг.]Come on!
Partial Matches
доћи [св.]to come
Откуд то, да ... ?How come ... ?
Ја сам из ...I come from ...
на {prep}on
гео.
Онтарио {м}
Ontario <ON>
unverified на чекању {adv}on hold
unverified рачунати наto count on
на врху {adv}on top
наon (the)
пробавати [несв.]to try on
пробати [св.]to try on
укључитиto turn on
фокусирати се наto focus on
концентрисати се наto focus on
радним данима {adv}on weekdays
на време {adv}on time
право {adv}straight on
намерно {adv}on purpose
unverified на плажиon the beach
ићи на одморto go on holiday
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Usage Examples English
  • The next day, Austen wrote: "The day will come on which I flirt my last with Tom Lefroy and when you receive this it will be all over.
  • The Corrib gas field was due to come on stream in 2013/14.
  • In "Come on Down: Searching for the American Dream" (2004) Thompson gives director Adamm Liley insight into the nature of the American Dream over drinks at the Woody Creek Tavern.
  • most of whom (about three quarters) come on cruise ships.
  • More recently, high-end hobby systems using Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM) features have come on the market that provide a digital bit-stream signal to the receiving device instead of analog type pulse modulation.

  • Soon after taking office, Davis was able to fast-track the first power plant construction in twelve years in April 1999, although the plant did not come on line before the electricity crisis.
  • In 1985, the band Green River released their debut EP "Come on Down", which is cited by many as being the first grunge record.
  • The 1993 compact disc edition has four additional tracks from the box sets, "Led Zeppelin Boxed Set" (1990) and "Led Zeppelin Boxed Set 2" (1993), the previously unreleased "Travelling Riverside Blues", "White Summer/Black Mountain Side" and the "Immigrant Song" b-side "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do" from the former and the previously unreleased "Baby Come On Home" from the latter.
  • Enclosed by towering rocks and watered by a perennial stream, Petra not only possessed the advantages of a fortress, but controlled the main commercial routes which passed through it to Gaza in the west, to Bosra and Damascus in the north, to Aqaba and Leuce Come on the Red Sea, and across the desert to the Persian Gulf.
  • Two other songs from the Olympic sessions, "Baby Come On Home" and "Sugar Mama", were left off the album. They were released on the 2015 reissue of the retrospective album "Coda".

  • Although the film was criticized for depicting Batman killing people, Waters said, "To me, Batman not killing Joker (played by Heath Ledger) at the end of "The Dark Knight" after proving he can get out of any prison, it's like 'Come on.
  • Because the TV handles "mute" and, when using DVI and HDMI, a different device handles turning on and off CC, this means the "captions come on automatically when the TV is muted" feature no longer works.
  • After each pricing game except the final one, another contestant is called to "come on down" to fill the spot of the contestant who played the previous pricing game.
  • One of Saroyan's most financially successful ventures was perhaps his most unlikely: the song "Come On-a My House," which became a huge hit in 1951 for singer Rosemary Clooney.
  • Lange won Grammys for "You're Still the One" and "Come On Over".

  • "Come on Pilgrim" was followed by Pixies' first full-length album, "Surfer Rosa".
  • " (it means: come on, come on). It moved to the German language through the German dialects of West Prussia, and is also present in the Kashubian language (spelled: [...]).
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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