On The Dot :
On The Blower :
If someone is on the blower, they are on the phone.
On The Cards :
On The Carpet :
When you are called to the office of your boss (since supposedly, they are the only ones who have carpet) and its definitely not for a good reason, i.e., you are in trouble, something has not gone according to plan and either maybe you are responsible and/or have some explaining to do.
On The Case :
If someone is on the case, they are dealing with a problem.
On The Cheap :
If you do something on the cheap, you spend as little as possible to do it.
On The Dot :
If someone says that they are leaving at seven on the dot, don’t be late. They mean at exactly seven o’clock.
On The Factory Floor :
On the factory floor means the place where things are actually produced.
On The Fiddle :
Someone who is stealing money from work is on the fiddle especially if they are doing it by fraud.
On The Flip Side :
On the reverse or the other side
On The Fly :
If you do things on the fly, you do things without preparation responding to events as they happen.
On The Game :
A person who is on the game works as a prostitute.
On The Ground :
Events on the ground are where things are actually happening. Not at a distance.
On The Dot
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