|on the run
||running from the police, running from a problem
||He's been on the run ever since he robbed a bank in Tulsa.
|on the same wavelength
||understanding each other, communicating clearly
||I understand Ted's beliefs. We're on the same wavelength.
|on the shit list [B]
||on the list to be punished, in your bad books
||Greg's on the shit list because he missed the sales meeting.
|on the side
||extra, in addition, under the table
||By typing reports and resumes, I earned a few dollars on the side.
|on the sly
||Phil was selling cigarettes to his friends on the sly.
|on the spot
||immediately, at that time and place, then and there
||He admitted the accident was his fault and wrote me a
check for the damage on the spot.
|on the spur of the moment
||On the spur of the moment we decided to drive to Banff.
|on the stand
||on the witness stand, testifying in court
||Jack was on the stand today. He told the court what he saw.
|on the table
||Our offer is on the table: a 7% increase in salary for the clerks.
|on the take
||A week after he got out of jail, he was on the take again.