What is the
difference between Calm and Come?
What is the difference between Calm and Come? :
Calm : (adjective)
( 1 ) Untroubled, quiet, not excited and nervous or agitated
You should keep calm in an emergency.
The city is calm again after yesterday’s riots.
( 2 ) Not windy
It is a clean, calm and cloudless day.
( 3 ) Still
Without large waves
The sea is calm at the moment.
Come : (verb)
( 1 ) Move to, towards, into, etc… a place
She came into the room and shut the doors.
He has come all the way from Srinager to look for a job.
( 2 ) Arrive at a place
What time will you be coming?
Have any letters come for me?
( 3 ) Move in order to be with someone or be present at an event
Would you like to come to dinner next Friday?
Are you coming to my party?
( 4 ) Travel a specified distance
We have come forty miles since lunch.
One company has come a long way in the last five years.
( 5 ) Move in the way specified
She came hurrying to see me as soon as she heard I was ill.
The children came running to meet us.
( 6 ) Occupy a particular position in space or time
Triveni came first in the examination.
Diwali comes early this year.
Her death came as a terrible shock to us.
His resignation came as a surprise.
( 7 ) Be available
This dress comes in four sizes.
Do these shoes come in black?
New cars do not come cheap.
( 8 ) Behave like or play the part of something
She tried to come the innocent with me.
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