What is the meaning of
COME DOWN WITH?
come down with s.t.
- begin to suffer from an illness, especially a cold or the flu
- Jon isn’t going to go with us tonight. He thinks he is coming down with the flu.
- You sound like you have a sore throat. I hope you don’t come down with a cold before your exam.
- I feel like I am coming down with something. I’m going to go to bed early tonight.
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,present:,COME DOWN WITH
,present participle:,COMING DOWN WITH
,past:,CAME DOWN WITH
,past participle:,COME DOWN WITH