Idioms

come to terms with (someone or something)
to reach an agreement with someone, to accept something
We came to terms with the bank and were able to buy the house.
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  • come to the fore
  • come to the point
  • come true
  • come unglued
  • come up
  • come up in the world
  • come up smelling like roses
  • come up to (someone or something)
  • come up with (something)
  • come what may
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  • dig (something) out or dig out (something)
  • make the grade
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  • come clean
  • have a score to settle with (someone)
  • take stock of (something)
  • in the offing
  • draw blood
  • turn the tide
  • from start to finish

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