Similar words: end up with, put up with, keep up with, meet up with, catch up with, come up, come up to, come to terms with.

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1. I had to run to

*come up with*her.2. We must

*come up with*a solution that our shareholders will find acceptable.3. Never expect him to

*come up with*a brilliant idea.4. No one has

*come up with*a definitive answer as to why this should be so.5. We're having a meeting to try to

*come up with*ideas for fund-raising.6. See if you can rework your schedule and

*come up with*practical ways to reduce the number of hours you're on call.7. Several of the members have

*come up with*suggestions of their own.8. He couldn't

*come up with*an answer.9. How soon can you

*come up with*the money?10. How am I supposed to

*come up with*$10,000?11. I realise that he hasn't

*come up with*any new ideas, but by the same token we haven't needed any.12. More often than not, a student will

*come up with*the right answer.13. We shall have to work hard to

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*come up with*a commercially viable replacement for internal - combustion engines.15. Is that the best excuse you can

*come up with*?16. He couldn't

*come up with*an appropriate answer just at the time.17. No one has yet

*come up with*a successful peace formula.18. We racked our brains but we couldn't

*come up with*a solution.19. I can't

*come up with*£10 000 out of thin air - it'll take a while to find that kind of money.20. The minister criticised the police for failing to

*come up with*any leads.21. She believed she had

*come up with*one of the greatest innovations of modern times.22. We weren't able to

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24. We've discussed this problem intermittently, but so far we've failed to

*come up with*a solution.25. We wanted to buy the house but we couldn't

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*come up with*a way to make aircraft quieter?More similar words: end up with, put up with, keep up with, meet up with, catch up with, come up, come up to, come to terms with, come under, with, within, without, go with, do with, down with, go without, live with, cope with, bear with, do without, deal with, get on with, withdraw, talk with, with young, play with, meet with, in line with, begin with, do away with.