Come Up With

How to Conjugate Come Up With

  • Infinitive: Come Up With
  • Present Tense: Come Up With/ Comes Up With
  • -ing Form: Coming Up With
  • Past Tense: Came Up With
  • Past Participle: Come Up With
Come Up With is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 1 definition.

Definitions of Come Up With:

1. When you think of a solution, idea, plan, or excuse.

Examples: My two year old daughter is always coming up with funny things to say.
You’d better come up with a good excuse for being late, or you’ll be fired!

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