vendrá-will come: meaning, definitions and translations
What is vendrá? vendrá is will come
What is will come?
Intr. Moving or getting to where he speaks: he came to Cadiz yesterday. Also prnl.: come with me to the movies.
The time comes when something is going to happen: Christmas is coming!
Adjust, settle in: you could use a few spanks.
Inferred, inferred or be one thing a consequence of another: from those powders come these sludge.
Get excited or start feeling a desire or feeling: I want to tell you the truth.
Figure out, be included or mentioned something in a book, newspaper, etc.: that news comes on the last page.
Remember, imagine: some comment comes to mind.
Followed by the prep. to more infinitive, finally happen one thing that was expected or feared: he came to approve the third.
Followed by the prep. the more the infinitives being, having, saying, denotes approximation: this comes to cost about three thousand pesetas.
Followed by the prep. in more substantive, it takes the meaning of the verb corresponding to said sust.: wine in desire to know it.
come with Aducir, bring up one thing: don't give me any more stories.
come to less loc. Deteriorate or decrease the state enjoyed: it is a well-coming family less.
come something very wide to someone loc. col. Exceeding his abilities: that charge comes very wide, ♦ Irreg. See conj. model.