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    #1

    "You were so on top of it"

    What does it mean when someone say "You were so on top of it", it sounds like you were in a dominant position.

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    Re: "You were so on top of it"

    It does sound that way, but in fact to be on top of something means to be aware of and taking care of it.
    I am not a teacher.

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