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come over

verb (intransitive)
1.
(adverb) (of a person or his words) to communicate the intended meaning or impression: he came over very well
2.
(adverb) to change allegiances: some people came over to our side in the war
3.
(informal) to undergo or feel a particular sensation: I came over funny
noun
4.
(in the Isle of Man) a person who has come over from the mainland of Britain to settle
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