Definition of come over phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


come over

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
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Phrasal Verbs
  1. 1(British English, informal) to suddenly feel something + adj. to come over funny/dizzy/faint I come over all shy whenever I see her.
  2. 2= come across He came over well in the interview.
to come to a place, especially somebody’s house, to visit for a short time

come over (to…) (from…)

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to travel from one place to another, usually over a long distance Why don't you come over to England in the summer? Her grandparents came over from Ireland during the famine.

come over (to something)

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to change from one side, opinion, etc. to another
[no passive] to affect somebody A fit of dizziness came over her. I can't think what came over me (= I do not know what caused me to behave in that way).
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: come over