when it comes to (someone or something)
When considering some particular person, thing, or action. John is a bit of a blowhard, but when it comes to pushing sales, no one in the company is better. There”s nothing she doesn”t know when it comes to computers. He”s a sweet guy, but he”s a bit useless when it comes to kids.See also: come
when it comes to something
as for something; speaking about something. When it comes to fishing, John is an expert. When it comes to trouble, Mary really knows how to cause it.See also: come
when it comes to
Also, if or when it comes right down to .
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As regards, when the situation entails. For example, When it comes to renting or buying, you”ll spend about the same amount. It is also put as when it comes down to it or that , as in If it comes right down to it, they said you could visit any time you”re able to, or When it comes to that, we can lend you the fare. This idiom uses come to in the sense of “amount to” or “be equivalent to.”
when it comes to something/to doing something
when it is a question of something: When it comes to getting things done, he’s useless.See also: come, somethingSee also:
when it comes to
when this is the topic, when we talk about this When it comes to cars, I like GM. I would buy a Chev or a Pontiac.
when (one) was a twinkle in (one's) father's eye when (one's) back is turned when (one's) boat comes in when (one's) ship comes home when (one's) ship comes in when (something) catches a cold, (something else) gets pneumonia when (something) sneezes, (something else) catches a cold when (the) word gets out when A sneezes, B catches a cold when all is said and done when all's (is) said and done when all's said and done when chickens have teeth When do we eat? when everything is said and done when hell freezes over when hell freezes over and the devil learns to (ice) skate when he's, it's, etc. at home? when I was a kid, I walked to school uphill both ways when I was your age, I walked to school uphill both ways when in doubt, do nothing when in Rome when in Rome (do as the Romans do) when in Rome do as the Romans do when it comes right down to it when it comes to when it comes to (someone or something) when it comes to something/to doing something when it comes to the crunch when it comes to the point when it rains, it pours when least expected when life gives you lemons, make lemonade when my ship comes in when one door closes, another (one/door) opens when one door shuts, another (one/door) opens When one door shuts, another opens when one is good and ready when one's back is turned when one's ship comes in when pigs can fly when pigs fly when pigs have wings when poverty comes in (at) the door, love flies out (of) the window When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out of the window when push comes to shove when ship comes in when someone's ship comes in when the balloon goes up when the band begins to play when the cat's away what the hell what the Sam Hill what you don”t know won”t hurt you wheatbelt wheeler-dealer wheels wheels fall off when in Rome, do as the Romans do when it comes to when push comes to shove when the chips are down when the crunch comes when the dust settles when the going gets tough where angels fear to tread where do they get off where it”s at
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