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Difference between Come it over someone and Come over someone

come it over someone—(coll.) get the advantage of or impose on a person (also: come it with someone):

  • I can see through your game, I see you want to come it over me with your honeyed words.

come over someone—(of an intense emotion) overwhelm smb.; affect a person excessively (also: overcome someone):

  • A fit of stubbornness came over him and he refused to have anything further to do with the scheme.