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  1. com·ing
    IPA[ˈkəmiNG]
  2. adjective

    • 1. due to happen or just beginning:

      work is due to start in the coming year
    • 2. likely to be important or successful in the future:

      he was the coming man of French racing

    noun

    • 1. an arrival or approach:

      the coming of a new age
    • adjective

      due to happen or just beginning:

      likely to be important or successful in the future:

    • noun

      an arrival or approach:
    • verb

      move or travel toward or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker:

      arrive at a specified place:

    • preposition

      when a specified time is reached or event happens:
    • noun

      semen ejaculated by a man at an orgasm.
    • noun

      each of a number of strips forming a framework for enclosing a pane of glass, especially in a leaded window.
    • verb

      past of come
    • verb

      move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker:

      arrive at a specified place:

    • preposition

      when a specified time is reached or event happens:
    • noun

      semen ejaculated by a man at an orgasm.
    • noun

      each of a number of strips forming a framework for enclosing a pane of glass, especially in a leaded window.
    • verb

      past of come
    • noun

      the prophesied return of Christ to earth at the Last Judgment.
    • noun

      the prophesied return of Christ to Earth at the Last Judgement.
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