[on-slawt, awn-] /ˈɒnˌslɔt, ˈɔn-/
an onset, assault, or attack, especially a vigorous one.
a violent attack
1620s, anslaight, somehow from or on analogy of Dutch aanslag “attack,” from Middle Dutch aenslach, from aen “on” (see on) + slach “blow,” related to slaen “slay.” Spelling influenced by obsolete (since c.1400) English slaught (n.) “slaughter,” from Old English sleaht (see slaughter (n.)). No record of its use in 18c.; apparently revived by Scott.
[onz-loh] /ˈɒnz loʊ/ noun 1. George, 1784–1853, French composer.
[on-steyj, awn-] /ˈɒnˈsteɪdʒ, ˈɔn-/ adverb 1. or onto the (opposed to ): The director shouted, “Onstage, everybody!”. adjective 2. of, relating to, or used in the acting area, or that part of the that is in view of the audience.
1. variant of before a vowel. 1. . abbreviation 1. Ontario Ontario [CA] International Airport Ontario
[adverb on-streem, awn-; adjective on-streem, awn-] /adverb ˈɒnˈstrim, ˈɔn-; adjective ˈɒnˌstrim, ˈɔn-/ adverb 1. in or into regular operation, especially as part of a system, assembly line, or the like: When the new printing press goes on-stream, we’ll be able to print twice as many newspapers a day. adjective 2. operating on a regular basis […]