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    difference between "off it" and "on it"

    What does "Off it" and "On it" mean? What are general usage of these idioms?

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    Re: difference between "off it" and "on it"

    "off it" can mean to steal something or to kill.

    "on it" can mean that you are aware of a problem and are about to or in the process of dealing with it.

    What is the context you have for these?

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