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  • EN [ ɒn]
  • US [ ɑːn]

Definici��n inglesa


  • 1. in operation or operational;

    • "left the oven on"
    • "the switch is in the on position"
  • 2. (of events) planned or scheduled;

    • "the picnic is on, rain or shine"
    • "we have nothing on for Friday night"
  • 3. performing or scheduled for duties;

    • "I'm on from five to midnight"
    • "Naval personnel on duty in Alaska"
    • "her on-duty hours were 11p.m. to 7 a.m."


  • 1. with a forward motion;

    • "we drove along admiring the view"
    • "the horse trotted along at a steady pace"
    • "the circus traveled on to the next city"
    • "move along"
    • "march on"
  • 2. indicates continuity or persistence or concentration;

    • "his spirit lives on"
    • "shall I read on?"
  • 3. in a state required for something to function or be effective;

    • "turn the lights on"
    • "get a load on"

Oraciones de ejemplo

  • In a pinch, you could get home on foot.

  • The river slows on the flat bottom.

  • He leaped on to the platform with a thump.

  • They advised the peasants on how to use the machine.

  • I shall have to read up on this subject if I am to give a talk about it.

  • Success often depends on temperament.

  • She first appeared on the screen ten years ago.

  • The whole incident was recorded on film.

  • He stumbled blindly on through the dark building.

  • I felt a touch on my arm.

  • They just handed the game to the other team on a plate.

  • She would pinch on food in order to spend on clothing.

  • By frugality she managed to get along on her small salary.

  • The letter ended on a cheerful note.

  • Production has already been put on the right track.

  • He stepped on my toes.

  • Much of the skin on her arm was abraded.

  • He hates leaving the office and going on holiday.

  • There hangs straight on the wall of this grocery a service pledge.

  • He stated his views on the question at the meeting.

  • The king was attended upon [ on ] by a number of servants.

  • He jumped on me for not agreeing with him.

  • The lamp stands on a circular base.

  • The diamond ring glittered on his finger.

  • The boy's manner of speech jarred on the teacher, who came from a different part of the country.

  • Smith has run away from home, but his family are putting a good face on it.

  • Sylvia does not get on with the supervisor and the danger is that he will trump up some charge to discredit her.

  • The firm signed on fifty more workers last week.

  • She has been on the stage for over thirty years.

  • After having spent wholemornings on the river, I always go home with an empey bag.

Colocaci��n de frases

  • be on about

    (Brit. informal)talk about tediously and at length

    • she's always on about doing one's duty.

  • be on at someone

    (Brit. informal)nag or grumble at someone

  • be on to someone

    (informal)be close to discovering the truth about an illegal or undesirable activity that someone is engaging in

  • be on to something

    (informal)have an idea or information that is likely to lead to an important discovery

  • it's not on

    (informal)it's impractical or unacceptable

  • on it

    (Austral. informal)drinking heavily

  • on side

    supporting or part of the same team as aomeome else

  • on to

    moving to a location on (the surface of something)

    • they went up on to the ridge.

    moving aboard (a public service vehicle) with the intention of travelling in it

    • we got on to the train.

  • what are you on?

    (informal)said to express incredulity at someone's behaviour, with the implication that they must be under the influence of drugs

  • you're on

    (informal)said by way of accepting a challenge or bet

  • be on to&I{【俚语】}

    To be aware of or have information about

    • You'll never deceive us again; we're on to you.

  • on and off


  • on and on

    Without stopping; continuously.


  • on a bum


    • The kids are out on a bum at some school-sponsored dancing party.

  • on the razzle


    • Your wife was in England,and you went on the razzle with Leo.

  • on the hot seat


    • The poor jerk's on the hot seat for for getting to shut the safe.

    • If you're in the hot seat, he'll fight for you.

  • on a hiding to nothing


    • l know they are on a hiding to nothing.

  • on the outer


    • And you're on the outer for sticking up for him?

  • on the lam

    在潜逃中(的),脱逃 (的),被通缉(的)

    • So I went on the lam.


    • The girl took it on the lam.

  • have a crush on somebody


    • She has a crush on the new gym mistress.

  • where on earth


    • Where on earth is my book?

    • Where on God's green earth did you get that queer hat?

  • fire on


    • Your behaviour will fire on the whole family.

  • put on the fritz


    • The orchestra put that dance number on the fritz.

  • put somebody on the stake


    • The hooligan puts peddlers on the stake monthly.

  • Go on!


    • Go on! You don't really know what you are talking about!

    • Oh,go on, I'm not that good!

  • not on your life


    • A: Drink that? B: Not on your life!

  • rain on somebodys parade


    • She really rained on our parade.

    • I hate to rain on your parade,but your plans are all wrong.

  • switch on


    • She saw her child and immediately switched on.

    • That music really switched me on!


    • Most kids I know switched on when they went to high school.


    • There was some old man who seemed to get pleasure from getting kids to switch on. Maybe he was a dealer.

  • on the bleeding edge


    • This gadget is brand new. It's really on the bleeding edge.

  • get a hump on


    • Get a hump on with that assignment,OK?

  • on the stump


    • The men running for presidency were on the stump in their home states.

    • He is very effective on the stump.

  • dance on air


    • It doesn't cost me a thing to make you dance on air.

  • on the same wavelength


    • We're not on the same wavelength. Let's try again.

    • We kept talking until we were on the same wavelength.

    • Finding a restaurant on your wavelength is easy.

  • flat on ones ass


    • He blew his pay pack, and he's flat on his ass.

    • That company's a loser.flat on its ass.

  • on the rims


    • The company went on the rims.

  • (One’s) ass is on the line.


    • I better be right this time, because my ass is on the line.

  • on the piss


    • Well,I guess I'll go on the piss tonight.

  • come out on top


    • Who came out on top in the poll?

  • ease on


    • He started easing on down the road.

  • on ice


    • The deal's on ice.

    • With their lead, they had the game on ice.


    • If this one fails,I've got another on ice.

    • That's a great idea,but we'll have to put it on ice until we can afford to put it into action.


    • A couple of days on ice would do you fine.


    • This movie stinks on ice.

  • put on the dog


    • Frank's really putting on the dog for the big party Friday night.

  • on the take


    • Everyone in city halt is on the take.

    • I heard that the mayor was accused of being on the take.

  • impact on


    • The cut will nut impact on our department.

  • on spec


    • A: Is he expecting you? B: No, we just came on spec.

  • on the juice


    • She won't be able to return your call. I'm afraid she's on the juice again.

  • on the needle


    • Once your're on the needle, you've had it.

  • tie a bag on


    • You still tie a bag on now and again.

    • Davy had just one more drink, and then he got a hag on.

  • put the chill on somebody


    • She was pretty snooty till we all put the chill on her.

    • I sent him a real snorter, because he really quite put the chill on me.


    • Moyer had the chill put on Stein.

  • on the make


    • The rookies are very much on the make.

    • She associated with men on the make.

    • That young lawyer is sure on the make.


    • Whether they are on the make,and they all are.

    • You mean he was still on the make? At his age?

  • put a move on


    • He stopped everything to put a move on that Russian woman.

  • talk on the big white phone


    • One more beer and I'm gonna have to go talk on the big white phone.

  • death on something


    • This kind of road is just death on tyres.

    • This candy is death on my teeth.


    • He is way fast——just death on wheels.

    • Pete is death on skis. You ought to see him go.

  • on ones ass


    • He lost three jobs, and now he's on his ass.

    • His company went bankrupt, and he's on his ear now.

  • put the freeze on somebody


    • Women are quick to put the freeze on freeloaders.

Discriminación de sinónimos

  • above, on, over

  • at, in, on


Significado de on

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Lectura bilingüe del día

  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • Una mujer entra a una tienda de mascotas y ve un lindo perrito. Ella le pregunta al comerciante: "¿Su perro muerde?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
  • El tendero dice: "No, mi perro no muerde".
  • The woman tries to pet the dog and the dog bites her.
  • La mujer intenta acariciar al perro y el perro la muerde.
  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • "¡Ay!" Ella dice: "¡Pensé que habías dicho que tu perro no muerde!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
  • El tendero responde: "¡Ese no es mi perro!"
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