come off — Phrasal Verb with come /kʌm/ verb (past tense came, past participle come)
› to happen successfully: His attempt to impress us all didn't quite come off.
come off badly/best/well, etc › to be in a bad or good position at the end of a fight, argument, etc: She usually comes off best in an argument.
Come off it! informal › used to tell someone that you do not agree with them or do not believe them: Oh, come off it! I saw you take it!