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on

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
prep
  1. is on drugs
  2. slang: what's he on?
  3. is on top
  4. is on the [top, bottom, table]
  5. is on [call, duty]
  6. is on [vacation, her period]
  7. is on sale (today)
  8. am on a diet
  9. did (it) on your behalf
  10. do (it) (all) on your own
  11. see you on [Monday, the 5th]
  12. on [Monday], [I'm, I am] going to
  13. on [Wednesdays] I [usually, like to, tend to]
  14. [depends, depending, is dependent] on
  15. [you have, there is] something on your [face, teeth]
adv
  1. the [lights, power] came back on
  2. UK: what are you on about?
  3. come on!
  4. carry on!
  5. go on, [do it, then]!
  6. get on with it!
  7. get a move on!
  8. game on!
  9. on with the show
  10. [she, his guess] was spot on
  11. hit us full on
adj
  1. the [deal, match, fight] is on (again)
  2. the [lights] are on
  3. [OK,] you're on!
  4. UK: that's (just) not on!
additional examples
  1. the [deal, match, fight] is on (again)
  2. the [lights, power] came back on
  3. the [lights] are on
  4. [OK,] you're on!
  5. is on drugs
  6. slang: what's he on?
  7. UK: that's (just) not on!
  8. is on top
  9. is on the [top, bottom, table]
  10. is on [call, duty]
  11. is on [vacation, her period]
  12. is on sale (today)
  13. am on a diet
  14. did (it) on your behalf
  15. do (it) (all) on your own
  16. see you on [Monday, the 5th]
  17. on [Monday], [I'm, I am] going to
  18. on [Wednesdays] I [usually, like to, tend to]
  19. [depends, depending, is dependent] on
  20. [you have, there is] something on your [face, teeth]
  21. UK: what are you on about?
  22. come on!
  23. carry on!
  24. go on, [do it, then]!
  25. get on with it!
  26. get a move on!
  27. game on!
  28. on with the show
  29. the on-off switch
  30. has an on-off [relationship, love affair] with
  31. [she, his guess] was spot on
  32. hit us full on
  33. a full-on [disaster, breakfast]
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