come at (someone or something)(redirected from came at you)
come at (someone or something)
1. To approach an issue or situation. I think we should start over because we've been coming at this problem all wrong.
2. To move toward someone or something in an aggressive or hostile manner. You can't come at a cat like that, or you'll scare it off. I was walking home when this guy came at me out of nowhere asking for bus fare.
3. To pelt or barrage someone with something. When I tried to break up the food fight, snacks and drinks came at me from all directions. The kids were so excited about the project that the ideas came at me all morning.
4. To achieve or attain something. She can come at this scholarship with good grades and hard work.
See also: come