Also: get on to board or cause or help to board (a bus, train, etc)
(intr) to make contact with; communicate with
(intr) to become aware of (something illicit or secret)the boss will get onto their pilfering unless they're careful
(intr) to deliver a demand, request, or rebuke toI'll get onto the manufacturers to replace these damaged goods
Why Are People Getting “Canceled”?It’s a bit disconcerting that we’re canceling people because in many ways it’s dehumanizing. So, why are we using it?
See usage note at onto
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