come down with

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come down with (third-person singular simple present comes down with, present participle coming down with, simple past came down with, past participle come down with)

  1. To contract or get (an illness); to show symptoms of.
    With a scratchy throat and a cough, it feels like I'm coming down with a cold.
  2. To lay down (money) in payment; to pay.
    • 2011, Charley Rosen, The Wizard of Odds:
      So I diddled around, then came down with the money, and we were finally ready to roll.

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