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come across with (something)

To fulfill another's needs, 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!
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come across (with something)

in. to give or deliver something; to tell information. You guys had better come across with what you owe me!
See also: across, come, something
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"Some of the country's top fell runners from the Borrowdale club are coming across with the intention of breaking the course record," said Wood.