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    The meaning of "on"

    In the sentences:

    The soap opera is on at night.
    or
    Is the soap opera on in the morning?

    What's the meaning of the word "on"?

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    Re: The meaning of "on"

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    Here, on = broadcast(ed).
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    Re: The meaning of "on"

    Thanks, Micawber

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