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Viennese, belonging to Vienna (Austria)
Viennese, belonging to Vienna (Austria)
come; reach; arrive; result from; happen, occur; infiltrate; settle; land


you come

(adj.) = Viennese.
Ex: Almost seven years of drinking coffee in Vienna, and I have yet to encounter a grumpy Viennese waiter.
(v.) = come ; roll in.
Ex: This article urges children's librarians to attack 'aliteracy' (lack of a desire to read) as well as illiteracy by taking programmes, e.g. story hours, to children who do not come to libraries.
Ex: With the summer rolling in, many of you might be looking for instructions on how to make fresh iced tea.
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* ¡Venga ya! = on your bike! ; no kidding!.
* aceptar las cosas como vienen = take + the bad with the good ; take + the good and bad.
* año que viene, el = next year.
* aparecer sin venir a cuento = come out of + the (clear) blue (sky) ; appear out of + the (clear) blue (sky).
* cosas + venir de cara = things + go + Posesivo + way.
* cuando a Uno le venga bien = at leisure.
* el año que viene = the following year.
* ir y venir = come and go.
* las degracias nunca vienen solas = it never rains but it pours.
* las desgracias nunca vienen solas = when it rains, it pours.
* lo bueno viene en frascos pequeños = small is beautiful.
* lo mejor está aún por venir = the best is yet to come.
* lo peor está por venir = the worst is yet/still to come.
* mes que viene, el = next month.
* no hay mal que por bien no venga = turn out for + the best (in the end).
* no hay mal que por bien no venga = be a blessing in disguise.
* Nombre/Pronombre + vino como anillo al dedo = it worked out beautifully for + Nombre/Pronombre.
* no venir a cuento = be beside the point ; be beside the mark ; be beside the question.
* no venir al caso = be immaterial ; be beside the point ; be beside the mark ; be beside the question.
* no venir mal + Infinitivo = not hurt to + Infinitivo.
* que viene = incoming.
* que viene el lobo = crying wolf.
* que viene en dirección contraria = head-on ; oncoming [on-coming].
* semana que viene, la = next week.
* sin venir a cuento = out of the (clear) blue (sky) ; like a bolt out of the blue ; like a bolt from the blue ; for no reason ; for no specific reason ; for no particular reason ; for no good reason ; come out of/from + left field.
* sin venir a pelo = out of the (clear) blue (sky) ; like a bolt out of the blue ; for no reason ; for no specific reason ; for no particular reason ; for no good reason.
* sistema + venirse abajo = system + crash.
* ven aquí = come over here.
* ¡venga ya! = You don't say!.
* venir a casa = come (a)round.
* venir a continuación de + Nombre = come in + Posesivo + footsteps.
* venir a la mente = spring to + mind.
* venir al mundo = come into + the world.
* venir al pelo = be just the job ; be just the thing ; suit + Nombre + to a T ; be just the ticket ; be (right) up + Posesivo + alley ; be + Posesivo + cup of tea ; suit + Nombre + to the ground ; be just perfect.
* venir al rescate = come to + Posesivo + rescue.
* venir a menos = retrench.
* venir a pedir de boca = come in + handy ; come in + handiest.
* venir aquí = come over ; get over here.
* venir a ser lo mismo que = amount to + the same thing as.
* venir bien = be none the worse for (that) ; suit + best ; sit + well (with).
* venir como agua de mayo = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley ; be + Posesivo + cup of tea ; fit + the bill ; be just the thing ; be just the ticket ; be just the job ; come in + handy ; come in + handiest ; suit + Nombre + to a T ; suit + Nombre + to the ground ; hit + the spot ; be spot on ; fit like + a glove ; be just perfect ; hit + the mark.
* venir como anillo al dedo = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley ; be + Posesivo + cup of tea ; be right as rain ; fit + the bill ; be just the thing ; be just the ticket ; be just the job ; come in + handy ; come in + handiest ; suit + Nombre + to a T ; suit + Nombre + to the ground ; hit + the spot ; be spot on ; fit like + a glove ; be just perfect ; tick + all the boxes ; hit + the mark.
* venir con = come with.
* venir con buenas intenciones = come in + peace.
* venir de maravilla = be just the thing ; be just the ticket ; be just the job ; suit + Nombre + to a T ; be (right) up + Posesivo + alley ; be + Posesivo + cup of tea ; suit + Nombre + to the ground ; be just perfect.
* venir de mucho tiempo atrás = go back + a long way.
* venir de nuevo = come (a)round.
* venir de perilla = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley ; be + Posesivo + cup of tea ; be just the thing ; be just the ticket ; be just the job ; suit + Nombre + to a T ; suit + Nombre + to the ground ; be just perfect.
* venir de perlas = suit + Nombre + to a T ; be just the thing ; be just the ticket ; be just the job ; be (right) up + Posesivo + alley ; be + Posesivo + cup of tea ; suit + Nombre + to the ground ; be just perfect.
* venir después de = come after.
* venir de todas partes = come from + far and wide.
* venir en son de paz = come in + peace.
* venir instintivamente a = come + naturally to ; be second nature to + Pronombre.
* venir justo después de = come on + the heels of.
* venirle Algo grande a Alguien = get + too big for + Posesivo + boots ; get + too big for + Posesivo + breeches ; grow + too big for + Posesivo + breeches ; grow + too big for + Posesivo + boots.
* venirle a Uno a la mente = come to + Posesivo + mind ; come into + Posesivo + mind ; cross + Posesivo + mind.
* venirle bien a Uno = be (just) fine with.
* venir muy bien = fit + the bill ; come in + handy ; come in + handiest.
* venir perfecto = suit + Nombre + to a T ; suit + Nombre + to the ground.
* venir por naturaleza a = come + naturally to ; be second nature to + Pronombre.
* venir que ni pintado = suit + Nombre + to a T ; suit + Nombre + to the ground.
* venirse abajo = break down ; tumble down ; tumble ; fall apart ; hit + the wall.
* ver Algo venir = the (hand)writing + be + on the wall ; see it + coming.
* verse venir = be on the cards.



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