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onto

  
, on to     (unstressed)  
      prep  
1    to a position that is on  
step onto the train as it passes     
2    having become aware of (something illicit or secret)  
the police are onto us     
3    into contact with  
get onto the factory     
Onto is now generally accepted as a word in its own right. On to is still used, however, where on is considered to be part of the verb: he moved on to a different town as contrasted with he jumped onto the stage  


get onto  
      vb   prep  
1      (Also)    get on   to board or cause or help to board (a bus, train, etc.)  
2    intr   to make contact with; communicate with  
3    intr   to become aware of (something illicit or secret)  
the boss will get onto their pilfering unless they're careful     
4    intr   to deliver a demand, request, or rebuke to  
I'll get onto the manufacturers to replace these damaged goods        (See usage note at)        onto  
give onto  
      vb   intr; prep   to afford a view or prospect of  
their new house gives onto the sea     
onto-  
      combining form   existence or being  
ontogeny, ontology     
     (from Late Greek, from on (stem ont-) being, present participle of einai to be)  
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hang on

  
1    carry on, continue, endure, go on, hold on, hold out, persevere, persist, remain, stay the course  
2    cling, clutch, grasp, grip, hold fast  
3    be conditional upon, be contingent on, be dependent on, be determined by, depend on, hinge, rest, turn on  
4          hang onto, hang upon          be rapt, give ear, listen attentively  
5      (informal)   hold on, hold the line, remain, stop, wait  

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get onto, give onto, get onto, hang onto

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