put over on

put something over on someone

 and put one over on someone
to play a trick on someone; to deceive someone with something. We really put one over on the teacher and boy, was he mad. I'm too observant. You can't put anything over on me.
See also: on, put

put over on

v.
To communicate something to someone, especially in order to deceive: He tried to put a lie over on me, but I wasn't fooled.
See also: on, put