On you

  • Italian Girl

    Member
    Italy Italian
    I've never heard about this expression before... Can you give us some examples or can you try to explain the meaning of it?
    However, on you literally means "su di te", don't know if it's suitable in this case...
     

    trevidog

    New Member
    USA English
    "Write on you" isn't a common expression in English, either. It's a metaphor relating to a study of tattoos and other body art I'm doing.

    Thanks for your help.
     
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