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Difference between Come to it and Go to it

come to it(also: come to this) reach a state, usually unpleasant:

  • “So John has got to start earning his living?” “We all have to come to it,” he said with a smile.

go to it—(coll., often imper.) make a special effort; begin working hard:

  • After dinner we went to it again, carting paints and easels about.