come on - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of come on in Hindi

  • आ भी
  • पैरवी करना
  • कहा मानो
  • उत्साह करना

come on Definition


  • (of a state or condition) start to arrive or happen.
  • make progress; develop.

come on Example

  • "If you want to talk later, come on by Bird Song—" "Now! ( "अगर आप बाद में बात करना चाहते हैं, तो बर्ड सॉन्ग पर आएं-" "अब! )
  • Diseases come on horseback, but go away on foot. ( रोग घोड़े पर आते हैं, लेकिन पैदल ही चले जाते हैं। )
  • Misfortunes come on wings and depart on foot.  ( बदमाश पंखों पर आते हैं और पैदल चले जाते हैं। )
  • Well, come on in and have some coffee with us. ( ठीक है, चलो और हमारे साथ कुछ कॉफी लो। )

More Sentence

  • Oh come on, Lulu, stop exaggerating! You're not dying, you've just got the flu.
  • She couldn't come on account of being busy.
  • Can you come on Sunday evening?
  • He'll come on foot or by bicycle.
  • Come on, Jiro.
  • He could not come on account of his illness.
  • You have to get your parents' consent in order to come on the field trip to the lake.
  • The question is whether he will come on time.
  • He couldn't remember what happened, only that one of his episodes had come on when he was in the pillar of magic.
  • When did the electricity come on?
  • On the 1st of June he was joined by a frigate and two line-of-battle ships sent with orders from Rochefort, and was told to remain in the West Indies till the 5th of July, and if not joined by Ganteaume to steer for Ferrol, pick up the French and Spanish ships in the port, and come on to the Channel.
  • This was Andre, who had come on a visit of sympathy.
  • Agues come on horseback but go away on foot.  
  • Misforunes come on horseback and go away on foot.  
  • Come on, Junior, time for bed.
  • In three days, Darkyn may come on behalf of his mate to collect by any means necessary.
  • Come on lads-on your feet and do some work!
  • Come on, George, we'd better get back now.
  • You owe me £20. Come on, cough up!
  • Come on, chop-chop, we're late!
  • Come on everyone, I'm ready to serve up.
  • Come on. Aren't you ready yet?
  • Oh you're so slow; come on, hurry up!
  • The buses don't come on time.
  • Why don't you come on out and ask your questions while I'm getting something done?
  • I'll come on over as soon as I'm finished with the attorneys.
  • Sarah argued, Oh, come on.