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  1. on

    • IPA[ɒn]

    英式

    • prep.
      physically in contact with and supported by (a surface);located somewhere in the general surface area of (a place)
    • adv.
      physically in contact with and supported by a surface;(of clothing) being worn by a person
    • n.
      the leg side.
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    介系詞

    • 1. physically in contact with and supported by (a surface) on the table was a water jug she was lying on the floor
    • located somewhere in the general surface area of (a place) an internment camp on the island the house on the corner 同義詞 on to反義詞 off
    • as a result of accidental physical contact with he banged his head on a beam
    • supported by (a part of the body) he was lying on his back 同義詞 supported by, resting on, in contact with反義詞 underneath, on the underside of
    • on to put it on the table
    • in the possession of; being carried by she only had a few pounds on her
    • 2. forming a distinctive or marked part of the surface of a scratch on her arm a smile on her face
    • 3. having (the thing mentioned) as a topic; about a book on careers
    • having (the thing mentioned) as a basis a constitution modelled on America's
    • 4. as a member of (a committee, jury, or other body) they would be allowed to serve on committees
    • 5. having (the thing mentioned) as a target, aim, or focus five air raids on Schweinfurt thousands marching on Washington
    • 6. (often followed by a noun without a determiner) having (the thing mentioned) as a medium for transmitting or storing information put your ideas down on paper stored on the client's own computer
    • being broadcast by (a radio or television channel) a new twelve-part TV series on Channel 4
    • 7. in the course of (a journey) he was on his way to see his mother
    • while travelling in (a public vehicle) John got some sleep on the plane
    • on to (a public vehicle) with the intention of travelling in it we got on the train
    • 8. indicating the day or part of a day during which an event takes place reported on September 26 on a very hot evening in July
    • at the time of she was booed on arriving home
    • 9. engaged in his attendant was out on errands
    • 10. regularly taking (a drug or medicine) he is on morphine to relieve the pain
    • 11. paid for by the drinks are on me
    • 12. added to a few pence on the electricity bill is nothing compared with your security

    副詞

    • 1. physically in contact with and supported by a surface make sure the lid is on
    • (of clothing) being worn by a person she sat waiting with her coat on
    • 2. indicating continuation of a movement or action she burbled on he drove on
    • further forward; in an advanced state I'll see you later on time's getting on
    • 3. (of an event) taking place or being presented what's on at the May Festival there's a good film on this afternoon
    • due to take place as planned the match is still on
    • 4. (of an electrical appliance or power supply) functioning they always left the lights on
    • 5. (of a performer) on stage.
    • (of an employee) working; on duty.

    名詞

    • 1. the leg side.
    • suf.
      forming nouns denoting subatomic particles or quanta: neutron photon

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • suf.
      forming nouns denoting subatomic particles or quanta: neutron photon

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      place a garment, piece of jewellery, etc. on part of one's body

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      place a garment, piece of jewelry, etc. on part of one's body

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    美式

    • prep.
      physically in contact with and supported by (a surface): on the table was a water jug she was lying on the floor
    • adv.
      physically in contact with and supported by a surface: make sure the lid is on

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      Old Norse.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • abbr
      Ontario (in official postal use).

    Oxford Dictionary

    • abbr
      Old Norse.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      Ontario (in official postal use).

    Oxford American Dictionary