Preposition(1) moving to a location on (the surface of something).(2) moving aboard (a public conveyance) with the intention of traveling in it.
(1) How many times a day do you step up onto a curb, trot up a flight of stairs or hike up a hill?(2) Well, I admire anyone who managed to make it onto public transport or back into the centre.(3) It is thought plain clothes officers chased the man from the street onto a Northern Line train.(4) Jared jumped onto the bed next to him and gave him a hug as soon as he stepped into the room.(5) He hops onto the train and finds a carriage full of kids who, like him, are all in their pyjamas and dressing gowns.(6) We stumble drunk onto a train, and I snore and dribble on your more-than-ample chest.(7) Neil would've gotten her changing onto a Thameslink train and ending up at Farringdon.(8) The usual morning squash onto the train and I'm two rows in from the doors as they shut.(9) Moments later he was followed into the station and onto a train where he was shot seven times.(10) At the top of a hill the dirt path is blocked by oil drums and it empties onto blacktop.(11) The fork is held in the left hand and used to push food onto a spoon held in the right hand.(12) I left my desk on the spot of six and made it onto an earlier train than I'd expected.(13) they went up onto the ridge(14) Stepping back from the car into the middle of the road was like stepping onto the surface of the moon.(15) an onto mapping(16) Moving up onto the main banks we found ourselves amongst the main fleet of boats.
(1) on to :: uchun
1. onto ::
2. to ::
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