pre. Prefix meaning on, at, toward, upon.
Usage examples of "on-".
Motownishly behind him, and other puppets bouncing in tempo on- and offstage as the script requires.
Mamma and Papa, their relations to her, and so on- and these pictures of the future had given him pleasure.
This problem is only solvable if we cease arbitrarily to substitute for the unknown x itself the conditions under which that force becomes apparent- such as the commands of the general, the equipment employed, and so on- mistaking these for the real significance of the factor, and if we recognize this unknown quantity in its entirety as being the greater or lesser desire to fight and to face danger.