English to Welsh Meaning :: coming

ddyfodiad, dyfodiad, dyfodiadau, ddyfodiadau, nyfodiad, nyfodiadau
Coming :
- dodcomings

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Noun(1) the act of drawing spatially closer to something(2) arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous(3) the temporal property of becoming nearer in time(4) the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
Verb(1) move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody(2) reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress(3) come to pass; arrive, as in due course(4) reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position(5) to be the product or result(6) be found or available(7) come forth(8) be a native of(9) extend or reach(10) exist or occur in a certain point in a series(11) cover a certain distance(12) come under, be classified or included(13) happen as a result(14) add up in number or quantity(15) develop into(16) be received
Adjective(1) of the relatively near future

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(1) The trip proved so popular that the group hopes to plan a few more trips for the coming year.(2) Whether it is ever opened depends largely on what happens in the coming weeks.(3) Correspondents say the device will redefine how the coming conflict will be reported.(4) Time was when being offered a tipple for the first time was a rite of passage, a coming of age.(5) With the coming of Neal began that part of my life that you could call my life on the road.(6) The couple said they will be organising lots of fundraising events over the coming year.(7) It was the coming of the new Millennium that set him to thinking about writing a book.(8) Suffice to say that it doesn't for a moment deter me from living and working in London this coming year.(9) Like coming eye to eye with the monsters under your bed or the demons in your closet.(10) Now a decision has been taken to enter a second team in the league for the coming season.(11) With the coming of dusk we were back in our cabins having baths and getting changed for dinner.(12) Information about the scheme is to be delivered to homes in the coming months.(13) He is due to visit Britain in the coming weeks, to ask the group to decide if they want to press for an earlier trial.(14) Over the coming weeks they will be carrying out a survey on the streets of the County.(15) The coming of oil rapidly changed this to one of rising employment and population.(16) In the coming weeks he will discover whether the balance of power will allow him to dictate his own terms.
Related Words
(1) come ::
1. forthcoming ::
sydd ar y gweill
2. upcoming ::
sydd ar y gweill
3. approach ::
4. orgasm ::
6. move nearer ::
symud yn agosach
7. arrive ::
8. reach ::
9. extend to ::
ymestyn i
10. be from ::
yn dod o
11. happen ::
yn digwydd
12. be available ::
fod ar gael
13. issue forth ::
cyhoeddi ymlaen
14. come up ::
Dod I fyny
15. get ::
16. come in ::
yn dod i mewn
17. amount ::
18. follow ::
19. derive ::
20. hail ::
21. occur ::
yn digwydd
22. fall ::
23. get along ::
gael ynghyd
1. departure ::
2. exit ::
3. farewell ::
4. going ::
5. parting ::
Different Forms
coming, comings
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