1. [late 19C+] (also con along) to fool a victim in one or another form of confidence trick.
2. [late 19C+] to persuade, to coax (without criminal intent); usu. as con someone into.
3. [1960s+] to tell stories, to fantasize.
[1910s+] to trick someone into handing over or giving up something they would prefer to hold on to.
[1980s] (Aus.) to charm a woman; the ultimate aim being seduction.