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    felt quite on it

    Hi everyone,
    Could you please explain what "on it" means in this sentence.

    "It was an unexpected visit from the mayor, but actually we felt quite on it."

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    Re: felt quite on it

    Quote Originally Posted by worcester View Post
    Hi everyone,
    Could you please explain what "on it" means in this sentence.

    "It was an unexpected visit from the mayor, but actually we felt quite on it."

    Thank you.
    "On it" means nothing. I guess you heard the sentence "... but actually we felt quite honoured."

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