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This is from an American figure skater, Jeremy Abott's twitter. He is talking about unexpected errors of a Japanese figure skater, Mao Asada in the Olympic Games.
I just felt my heart break! Mao is a great champion and will be stronger than ever come tomorrow.
Does "come tommorrow" mean the same thing as "tommorrow"?
Also, is "come tommorrow" short for something?
It's a fixed expression used with days. Come Sunday we will know who won the gold medal.
"I don’t think that they’ll be far away from honours come the new season." ── quoted from
Not a teacher.