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Definition of come-on noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

come-on

 noun
noun
BrE
 
; NAmE
 
[usually singular] (informal)
 
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an object or action which is intended to attract somebody or to persuade them to do something She was definitely giving him the come-on (= trying to attract him sexually).Extra examples People found online adverts to be the most irritating of all commercial come-ons. She tried to ignore his come-ons. She was definitely giving him the come-on. The service offers free health screening as a come-on for a limited period.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: come-on