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and so on with more of the same type. [2 definitions]
bank on (informal) to count on.
be on to (informal) to have inside information about.
big on excited about; having a liking for.
border on to almost be.
brush up on to bring up to date or review.
carry on to continue to do or go on as before. [2 definitions]
chip on one's shoulder a bitter or unhappy feeling that lasts for a long time; grudge.
close in on to come near to or surround in order to capture.
count on to depend or rely on. [2 definitions]
crack down on to treat more harshly or strictly.
declare war on to state an intention or plan to make war against.
fall back on to have another choice if something does not work out; resort to.
gang up on (informal) to blame or attack as a group.
get the show on the road (slang) to begin; get started.
get up on the wrong side of the bed to be in a bad mood from early in the day.
go back on to take back.
head-on meeting with the front part or head first. [2 definitions]
hold on to wait. [2 definitions]
impose on to make demands of without being invited or at a bad time.