come home from (some place or something)

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come home from (some place or something)

To return to one's home from another place or event. I'm always thrilled to come home from work after a long day at the office. If you don't come home from the party by curfew, you'll lose your driving privileges for a month.
See also: come, home, place

come home from some place

to arrive home from another place. The soldiers came home from the war. When will you come home from the office?
See also: come, home, place
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For example if a user comes home from work every day at 5 p.m., and the Monsieur, using a Wi-Fi connection at his home, detects when the user comes home and monitors the pattern.
EASTENDERS Ian comes home from hospital and moves into Lucy's room, which provides him with a handy vantage point to spy on everyone in the Square.
The following day when he comes home from school, the body is gone and a series of notes left in the mailbox begins a strange friendship with an unseen person who cares for him.
Does your husband still expect to find you at the kitchen stove, "with flour on your face," when he comes home from work?