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    Default "Come across as eager."


    Does "
    Come across as eager." mean to give impression how enthusiastic you are?

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    Default Re: "Come across as eager."

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post

    Does "
    Come across as eager." mean to give impression how enthusiastic you are?
    Yes, it does. "Come across as ..." means "Appears to be ..."
    "He doesn't come across as a very nice man." = "He appears not to be a very nice man".

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