To impose on

Related to To impose on: impose upon
to pass or put a trick on; to delude; to cheat; to defraud.
to place an unwelcome burden or obligation on (another person); as, she imposed on her friend to drive her daughter to school.
- Locke.
to take unfair advantage of (a person, a friendship); as, he imposed on his friendship with The Mayor to gain business.

See also: Impose, Impose, Impose

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Upon this Jones related to him the whole truth, and earnestly begged him not to punish the poor soldier, "who, I am confident," says he, "is as innocent of the ensign's escape, as he is of forging any lie, or of endeavouring to impose on you."
"For example, we have an independent network, something Senora Kroes has not managed to impose on Germany or Italy," Clos said, regretting that the "shadow" of the Endesa affair had given a false impression of Spain.