Coming meaning

kŭmĭng
Showing promise of being successful, popular, or important.

A coming young actor, the coming thing.

adjective
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Arrival; advent.

The coming of spring.

noun
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Approaching; immediately next.

This coming Tuesday.

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Showing promise of fame or success.
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An arrival or approach.
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Present participle of come.
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The act of arriving; an arrival.
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Approaching; of the future, especially the near future; the next.

We expect great things from you this coming year.

She will have two or three paintings in the coming exhibition.

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When he was fired, nobody was surprised or upset because they thought he had it coming.

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Newly in fashion; advancing into maturity or achievement.

Ergonomic wallets are the coming thing.

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Coming means an arrival.

An example of a coming is when Christ comes back to earth; the second coming.

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The definition of coming is arriving or happening next, or having a lot of potential.

An example of coming used as an adjective is in the phrase "this coming Saturday," which means the next Saturday.

An example of coming used as an adjective is in the phrase "a coming model," which means a model who seems as though she will succeed in the business.

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Approaching; forthcoming; next.

The coming season; a coming report on arms limitation.

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have (something) coming to one
  • To deserve or merit (something).
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where someone is coming from
  • Someone's perspective or point of view.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

have (something) coming to one
where someone is coming from

Origin of coming

  • From Middle English present participle of comen

    From Wiktionary

  • come +‎ -ing

    From Wiktionary