Bedeutung von “on” — Learner’s Dictionary

on

adverb us uk /ɒn/
Extra Examples
The negotiations dragged on for months.They just ignored him and carried on with the game.The meeting's still going on.His lecture went on until five o'clock.The interview ran on past the scheduled finish.
CONTINUE

used to show that an action or event continues:

It was a complicated situation that dragged on for weeks.
WEAR

A2 If you have something on, you are wearing it:

She's got a black coat on.
Why don't you put your new dress on?
WORKING

working or being used:

The heating has been on all day.
TRAVEL

B1 into a bus, train, plane, etc:

Amy got on in Stamford.
HAPPENING

B2 happening or planned:

I've got a lot on at the moment.
Have you checked what's on at the cinema?

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(Definition von “on adverb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)