come up withphrasal verb

  • ja〜を思い付く、〜を見つけ出す、〜を作り出す
  • ento bring forth, discover, or produce

Examples

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Since most of the office is away at some boring software-training program,
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our girl group decided to shoot our music video.
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People are gonna flip out when they hear our new song and they hear our group's new name.
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Oh, did we come up with a new name?
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We did. Subtle Sexuality.
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My new Perfect Match computer program tells me exactly whom I should be matched up with,
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and guarantees they’ll like me back.
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I simply feed the computer some basic facts about myself.
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And it comes up with the perfect match.
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I’m thinking International supermodel Martika.
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Computer scanning.
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Perfect match.
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Perfect match.
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Lisa Zemo.
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Fine.
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Busted.
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My landlord kicked me out because my stupid neighbors couldn't handle a few tiny night screams.
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I was dreaming that someone was trying to scalp me with a sharpened grapefruit spoon.
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Aren't brains fascinating?
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I mean, where does it come up with this stuff?
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It is now day three of The Great BoJack Jerk-Off.
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Really?
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That's the name we came up with for this?
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Who came up with that?
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Was it Randy?
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Did Randy come up with that?
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What I love about the scene in the film is that sometimes the camera is right here as you come up with a lyric.
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How much did you notice that?
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I mean, I think I know what you mean.
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'Cause you really were very close to my face in a lot of that.
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I don't think we ever asked you guys, "Can you go?"
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'Cause you just weren't invasive at all.