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c'mon

[kmon, kuh-mon] /kmɒn, kəˈmɒn/
Informal.
1.
contraction of come on.
See come (defs 41e, f).
Origin
1930-1935
1930-35
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  • c'mon folks, this ain't the kind of research any consumer ought to be taking seriously.
  • Yes, there's the extraordinary exception in which a student has a bazooka in his trunk, but c'mon.
  • c'mon, there are still some things you have to do the old-fashioned way.
  • c'mon there's bit too much buzz about one comment, who can take it so seriously.
  • Thanks for riding along and c'mon back when you can.

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