come to that


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come to that

In fact; for that matter; what's more. Most Americans have never been to a different country; come to that, many haven't even been to another state. You owe me $20 for dinner last night. Come to that, you owe me another 10 for the cab ride home, too!
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come to that (or if it comes to that)

said to introduce an additional significant point. informal
1998 Martin Booth The Industry of Souls I am sure you would not wish your son to hear of his father's waywardness. Or your wife, come to that.
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come to ˈthat

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if it comes to ˈthat

used when you are going to add something to what has just been said: It’s been raining all day today. Come to that, it’s been raining non-stop since Friday.
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