come across with (something)(redirected from come across with)
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come across with (something)
To fulfill another's demands or expectations. She had previously offered to watch the baby for me, and thank goodness she came across with that because I needed some sleep! Don't expect him to come across with the debt he owes you—I'm still waiting for him to pay me back!
come across (with something)
in. to give or deliver something; to tell information. You guys had better come across with what you owe me!