LS Refresher 55: Come up with vs. Come upon someone/something

Cambridge Dictionary gave the following rules  that will help us learn how to use come up with and come upon someone/something.

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a. Come up with (something):  

  1. to suggest or think of an idea or plan.

Example:

She’s come up with some amazing scheme to double her income. 

b. Come upon (someone/something):

  1. to find or meet someone or something, esp. unexpectedly:

Example:

She came upon an odd little man in the forest.

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