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on

preposition (TO)     /ɒn/ US  /ɑːn/
to or towards 在;向,朝,對 Our house is the first on the left after the post office. 我們家是郵局過後靠左第一家。 The attack on the village lasted all night. 對該村莊的進攻持續了一整夜。 I wish you wouldn't creep up on me like that! 我希望你不要那樣躡手躡腳地靠近我! Describing movement towards
(Definition of on preposition (TO) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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