Definition of when it comes to — in English:

when it comes to —

phrase

  • When the specified matter is under consideration.

    ‘it pays to be proactive when it comes to your health’
    • ‘The department has long been a leader when it comes to energy innovation in the public sector.’
    • ‘What's your best advice to others in your position when it comes to building the proper security program?’
    • ‘Obviously, he handled a lot of big items when it comes to the recession.’
    • ‘Edwards is hesitant when it comes to product innovation.’
    • ‘He's still the administration's best salesman when it comes to dealing with the economic recovery.’
    • ‘What people need is accurate information about the things that really make a difference when it comes to looking after themselves.’
    • ‘Some of the smallest cars on the road carry some of the biggest risks when it comes to keeping you safe in a crash.’