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come from

1 (v + prep) from the direction of TRANSITIVEtar ó PhrV  c m utar as PhrV  c m uthe wind comes from the sea tagann an ghaoth ón bhfarraigethe noise was coming from the kitchen bhí an torann ag teacht ón gcistinwhere's the damp coming from? cá as a bhfuil an taise ag teacht? 2 (v + prep) derive from TRANSITIVEtar ó PhrV  c m uthe money comes from the state tagann an t-airgead ón stát, an stát a chuireann an t-airgead ar fáilthe words came from a poem by Seán Ó Ríordáin ó dhán le Seán Ó Ríordáin a tháinig na focail
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3 (v + prep) place of birth, residence TRANSITIVEhe comes from Australia is as an Astráil é, is Astrálach é, is de bhunadh na hAstráile éshe comes from County Clare is as Contae an Chláir íit's where I originally come from is as an áit sin ó dhúchas mé 4 (v + prep) social background TRANSITIVEsome pupils come from middle-class backgrounds tagann roinnt de na daltaí ón meánaicme, is leis an meánaicme a bhaineann roinnt de na daltaíshe comes from a well-known family is de theaghlach mór le rá í 5 (v + prep) be result of TRANSITIVEtar ó PhrV  c m uthe colour comes from the nuts in it is ó na cnónna atá ann a thagann an daththe confusion comes from a lack of information easpa eolais is cúis leis an mearbhallit comes from knowing him so well sin toisc aithne chomh maith sin a bheith agam air, an tseanaithne atá agam air is bun leis → féach come

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