come on v.3
1. (also come on to) to approach sexually.
|Wide Boys Never Work (1938) 149: If you make a dead-line at six inches above the knees they always want to come on.|
|Walk on the Wild Side 174: Do you know about elephants, how they come on?|
|Vice Trap 30: She didn’t come on to [...] didn’t kiss me back.|
|Serial 56: If I wore my tap-dancing shorts, Carol might think I was coming on.|
|Ladies’ Man (1985) 228: When we were up in your crib Thursday night, it seemed like you were coming on to me.|
|On the Stroll 35: She’d seen him [...] coming on to her French teacher, embarrassing her at school.|
|Bad Debts (2012) [ebook] She probably had a good laugh at being come on to by the likes of me.|
|Miseducation of Ross O’Carroll-Kelly (2004) 41: I told you before, she came on to me.|
|Westsiders 313: Did you see that girl in the bodysuit? She was fucking coming on.|
|Jimmy Bench-Press 67: She came on to me. I fucked her.|
2. (US) to joke.
|Glory Jumpers (1976) 64: What? Jump in France? Man, you’re coming on.|
see under bounce n.1
1. to harass.
|in Living Dangerously 153: He just kept coming on to me.|
2. see sense 1 above.