Something done on the come is done in the hope of earning a speculative profit with as little capital investment as possible.
Fred bought the stock on the come, hoping to sell before he had to come up with any real money.
by Cas Balicki October 4, 2006
to try to attract someone romantically or sexually
She felt bold and confident enough to come on to him at the party.
by fjii January 14, 2010
Come on is a fast phrase which is meant to persuade someone into understanding a different perspective.

It can be used to attempt to help someone agree/convince them that you have their best intentions in mind.

Come on can also mean that somebody is being too slow, and they need to do something faster.

"Come on" isn't meant to be used literally.

However, the phrase is common, yet vague, nondescript, and should not be used.
I'm trying to get you to agree with me; come on, man!
by thereelme September 26, 2019
To be aggressive toward someone, usually with jealous and/or malicious undertones.
"Don't try to come for me, heifer! You know you just jealous."

"I make six figures, and you're nothing but a housewife. Come for me!!"

"They tried to come for me with some stuff from my past. I wasn't having it."
by natemup June 1, 2014
Michael: I'm not sure I want to do this.
Gob: Come on!
by CJBC December 2, 2006
On the way. Usually said with some dramatic emphasism.
Don't worry, I'm a-coming!
by WhiteGuyNerd October 26, 2010