Can I say something came up?
If you don’t want to be specific, you could just say “Something has come up.” This phrase means something has happened to make it impossible for you to be there. Most native English speakers understand when you say this, they shouldn’t ask questions about what has “come up.”
How do you use something that came up?
“something came up” Related Lesson Material
I would do it myself, but something came up at work and I really need to go. An hour and a half later, she texted me, she apologized and said that something urgent came up so she couldn’t come.
What does it mean for someone to come up?
B2. to move towards someone: A young girl came up to me and asked for money. Thesaurus: synonyms, antonyms, and examples.
What came up unexpectedly?
“Something unexpected came up.” –As you originally wrote, but without the “That’s why I was late.” It would mean they don’t want to tell you what happened to make them late. They don’t want you know what it was and they don’t want you to ask, since they’re being very inspecific. T.
How do you back out of last minute?
If you had to cancel at the last minute, make a point of calling shortly after the event to schedule a lunch or dinner. Consider treating to make up for the faux pas and—at the very least—ask thoughtful questions about the party you had to miss. It will show your friend you were genuinely sorry to miss the fun!
Is come out a verb?
He said it’ll all come out in court. it comes out that: It eventually came out that she was already married.
come out Definitions and Synonyms.
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What is mean by happened?
1 : to occur by chance —often used with it it so happens I’m going your way. 2 : to come into being or occur as an event, process, or result mistakes will happen. 3 : to do, encounter, or attain something by or as if by chance I happen to know the answer.
What is the meaning of came up with?
: to fail to achieve a desired result. come up with. : to produce especially in dealing with a problem or challenge came up with a solution. Synonyms & Antonyms More Example Sentences Learn More About come up.
What does it mean to come up to?
1 : to move near to (someone or something) : to approach (someone or something) He came up to me and introduced himself. 2 : to be as good as (something) The movie didn’t come up to our expectations.
What does being on the come up mean?
could mean earning more money or getting better at something. similar to saying, I’m on the rise. See a translation.