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Definitions by Oxford


[], (Residual)

Definitions:
- Ontario (in official postal use).


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[], (Residual)

Definitions:
- Old Norse.


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[ɒn], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- physically in contact with and supported by (a surface)
(e.g: on the table was a water jug)

- forming a distinctive or marked part of the surface of
(e.g: a scratch on her arm)

- having (the thing mentioned) as a topic; about
(e.g: a book on careers)

- as a member of (a committee, jury, or other body)
(e.g: they would be allowed to serve on committees)

- having (the thing mentioned) as a target, aim, or focus
(e.g: five air raids on Schweinfurt)

- (often followed by a noun without a determiner) having (the thing mentioned) as a medium for transmitting or storing information
(e.g: put your ideas down on paper)

- in the course of (a journey)
(e.g: he was on his way to see his mother)

- indicating the day or part of a day during which an event takes place
(e.g: reported on September 26)

- engaged in
(e.g: his attendant was out on errands)

- regularly taking (a drug or medicine)
(e.g: he is on morphine to relieve the pain)

- paid for by
(e.g: the drinks are on me)

- added to
(e.g: a few pence on the electricity bill is nothing compared with your security)


Phrases:
- be on about
- be on at someone
- it's not on
- on and off
- on and on
- on for young and old
- on it
- on with
- what are you on?
- you're on

Origin:
Old English on, an, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch aan and German an, from an Indo-European root shared by Greek ana


[ɒn], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- physically in contact with and supported by a surface
(e.g: make sure the lid is on)

- indicating continuation of a movement or action
(e.g: she burbled on)

- (of an event) taking place or being presented
(e.g: what's on at the May Festival)

- (of an electrical appliance or power supply) functioning
(e.g: they always left the lights on)

- (of a performer) on stage.


Phrases:
- be on about
- be on at someone
- it's not on
- on and off
- on and on
- on for young and old
- on it
- on with
- what are you on?
- you're on

Origin:


[ɒn], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the leg side.


Phrases:
- be on about
- be on at someone
- it's not on
- on and off
- on and on
- on for young and old
- on it
- on with
- what are you on?
- you're on

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