What is the pronunciation of on?
English definition of “on”
› used to show when someone is involved or taking part in something: I'm working on a new book. In the last lesson we were on the causes of the First World War, weren't we? "Where had we got up to?" "We were on page 42."
B1 next to or along the side of: Cambridge is on the River Cam. Our house was on Sturton Street. Strasbourg is on the border of France and Germany.
› informal used to show who is paying for something: This meal is on me. She had her operation done on the National Health Service.
Time expressions without at, on, inWe don’t normally use at, on or in before time expressions beginning with each, every, next, last, some, this, that, one, any, all: …