on w słowniku Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

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I.on [Brit ɒn, Am ɑn, ɔn] PRZYIMEK When on is used as a straightforward preposition expressing position ( on the beach, on the table) it is generally translated by sur: sur la plage, sur la table; on it is translated by dessus: there's a table over there, put the key on it = il y a une table là-bas, mets la clé dessus.
on is often used in verb combinations in English ( depend on, rely on, cotton on etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( depend, rely, cotton on etc.).
If you have doubts about how to translate a phrase or expression beginning with on ( on demand, on impulse, on top etc.) consult the appropriate noun or other entry ( demand, impulse, top etc.).
This dictionary contains usage notes on such topics as dates, islands, rivers etc. Many of these use the preposition on. For the index to these notes .
For examples of the above and further uses of on, see the entry below.

1. on (position):

2. on (being broadcast, performed, displayed):

IV.on [Brit ɒn, Am ɑn, ɔn] on and off, a. off and on PRZYSŁ.

Zobacz też turn on, try, tranquillizer, top, tie, switch on, slap, sew, screw, rely, read, put, press, PIN, pill, pep pill, pat, overtime, odds, now, move, live2, live1, lip-read, later, late, jump, impulse, house, hour, horseback, hit, hang, grant, go, get, garlic press, foot, expense, DOT, dole, direct hit, depend, demand, credit, cotton on, cider press, carry, antibiotic

II.turn on CZASOW. [Brit təːn -, Am tərn -] (turn on [sth], turn [sth] on)

III.turn on CZASOW. [Brit təːn -, Am tərn -] (turn [sb] on, turn on [sb] inf)

I.try <pl tries> [Brit trʌɪ, Am traɪ] RZECZOW.

II.try <pl tries> [Brit trʌɪ, Am traɪ] CZASOW. przech. <prét, part passé tried>

2. try (test out):

III.try <pl tries> [Brit trʌɪ, Am traɪ] CZASOW. nieprzech. <prét, part passé tried>

1. try (make attempt):

tranquillizer, tranquilizer Am [Brit ˈtraŋkwɪlʌɪzə, Am ˈtræŋkwəˌlaɪzər] RZECZOW.

1. top (highest or furthest part):

1. top (highest):

dernier/-ière
premier/-ière
to get top marks SCHOOL

IV.top <part prés topping; prét, part passé topped> [Brit tɒp, Am tɑp] CZASOW. przech.

il pousse! inf
to be the tops inf, dated
MILIT to go over the top

III.tie <part prés tying> [Brit tʌɪ, Am taɪ] CZASOW. nieprzech.

II.switch on CZASOW. [Brit swɪtʃ -, Am swɪtʃ -] (switch on [sth], switch [sth] on)

slap → slap bang

III.slap <part prés slapping; prét, part passé slapped> [Brit slap, Am slæp] CZASOW. przech.

1. slap (hit):

I.sew <prét sewed; part passé sewn, sewed> [Brit səʊ, Am soʊ] CZASOW. przech.

II.sew <prét sewed; part passé sewn, sewed> [Brit səʊ, Am soʊ] CZASOW. nieprzech.

II.read <prét, part passé read [red] > CZASOW. przech. [Brit riːd, Am rid]

4. read (interpret):