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win someone over

phrasal verb with win  us   /wɪn/ verb [I/T] (present participle winning, past tense and past participle won  /wʌn/ )
to succeed in getting someone's support or agreement, esp. when the person was previously opposed to you: He had some good ideas, but failed to win over Congress.
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