come+what+may

  • 1 come what may — Whatever happens • • • Main Entry: ↑come come what may Whatever transpires • • • Main Entry: ↑may * * * come what may formal phrase despite anything that may happen …

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  • 2 come what may — {adv. phr.} Even if troubles come; no matter what happens; in spite of opposition or mischance. * /Charles has decided to get a college education, come what may./ * /The editor says we will publish the school paper this week, come what may./ …

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  • 3 come what may — {adv. phr.} Even if troubles come; no matter what happens; in spite of opposition or mischance. * /Charles has decided to get a college education, come what may./ * /The editor says we will publish the school paper this week, come what may./ …

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  • 4 Come What May — may refer to: Come What May (1952 song), a song popularized by Patti Page Come What May (2001 song), a song popularized by Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman, from the movie Moulin Rouge! Come What(ever) May, an album by Stone Sour Come What May… …

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  • 5 Come What May — «Come What May» песня из фильма мюзикла «Мулен Руж!», вышедшего в 2001 году. Песню в фильме исполнил актер Юэн МакГрегор. Для саундтрека Юэн МакГрегор исполнил восемь песен, в том числе в паре с Николь спел одну из заглавных тем под названием… …

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  • 6 come what may — If you re prepared to do something come what may, it means that nothing will stop or distract you, no matter how hard or difficult it becomes …

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  • 7 come what may — ► come what may no matter what happens. Main Entry: ↑come …

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  • 8 come what may —    If you re prepared to do something come what may, it means that nothing will stop or distract you, no matter how hard or difficult it becomes.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If you declare that you will do something come what may, you …

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  • 9 come\ what\ may — adv. phr. Even if troubles come; no matter what happens; in spite of opposition or mischance. Charles has decided to get a college education, come what may. The editor says we will publish the school paper this week, come what may …

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  • 10 come what may — whatever happens. I shall be there tonight come what may. It s always good to know that, come what may, your job is safe …

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  • 11 come what may — adverb In spite of anything that might happen; whatever may occur. If you vant a more polished sort o feller, vell and good, have him; but vages or no vages, notice or no notice, board or no board, lodgin or no lodgin, Sam Veller, as you took… …

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  • 12 Come what may —   If you re prepared to do something come what may, it means that nothing will stop or distract you, no matter how hard or difficult it becomes …

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  • 13 come what may — no matter what happens. → come …

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  • 14 come what may — Synonyms and related words: at all events, at all risks, at any cost, at any price, compulsorily, from necessity, live or die, necessarily, need, needfully, needs, nolens volens, of necessity, perforce, rain or shine, requisitely, ruat caelum,… …

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  • 15 come what may — formal despite anything that may happen …

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  • 16 come what may — whatever will be will be; at all costs …

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  • 17 Come What May (2001 song) — Come What May Single by Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor from the album Moulin Rouge! …

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  • 18 Come What May (film) — Come What May Directed by George D. Escobar Manny Edwards Produced by George D. Escobar Manny Edwards …

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  • 19 Come What May (You Are Mine) — Song by Elvis Presley Come What May (You Are Mine) is a song by Elvis Presley. See also List of songs by Elvis Presley …

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  • 20 Come What May (1952 song) — Come What May is a popular song, with lyrics by Allen Schiller and music by Al Sanchez. It was popularized by Patti Page in 1952. The Page recording was issued by Mercury Records as catalog number 5772 (backed with Retreat ), and first reached… …

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