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be on for something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe on for somethingbe on for somethingspoken to be ready or willing to do something that someone has suggested Right, how many of you are on for a drink after work? on
Examples from the Corpus
be on for somethingThat way, a member who was on for 47 seconds was being charged for two minutes.Pressure is on for builders everywhere to build at low cost and to be energy-efficient.Criss-crossing these steps in dusty Andean towns, Symmes learns that a search is on for Che's remains.Increasingly the search is on for dissenters.Lighting is by a 20W Triton and a 20W Gro-lux and these are on for ten hours a day.It is on for this weekend for sure.
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