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come, come

A command that someone begin to behave more reasonably. Oh, come, come! You're a great athlete, you just had a bad night.
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ˌcome, ˈcome

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ˈcome, now

used for asking somebody to act or speak in a sensible or reasonable way: Come, come! We all know that you were in Manchester the day the crime was committed, so you may as well tell the whole story.
See also: come