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Come On

Meaning/Usage: Urging someone; also used to try and speed things up

Explanation: There are many definitions of "come on."  This is only one common way of using it.  

"Come on, you can tell me."
"Oh come on, you have to be kidding me."
"Come on man, be serious for once."

A.  "I heard the movie is sold out for tonight."
B.  "Oh come on!  I've been waiting weeks to see it."

Other Common Sentences

There are not many other sentences that are similar to this.  The meaning is basically to allure or attract.


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