on with

on with

1. Let (something) begin! Said especially of performances. Sorry for the delay, folks. And now, on with the show!
2. Currently talking to someone over the phone or communicating with someone online, especially when that person is providing support of some kind. I've been on with customer support for nearly an hour trying to get this issue resolved.
See also: on

on with someone

[of a date or appointment] agreed to and confirmed with someone. Is the Friday date still on with you? It's on with me.
See also: on
References in classic literature ?
She was only thinking she could never stay here and go on with the old life--she could better bear something quite new than sinking back into the old everyday round.
She was sewing, and went on with her work industriously.
Thus, as the gods creep on with feet of wool, Long ere with iron hands they punish men, So shall our sleeping vengeance now arise, And smite with death thy hated enterprise.-- Lord Cardinals of France and Padua, Go forthwith to our holy consistory, And read, amongst the statutes decretal, What, by the holy council held at Trent, The sacred synod hath decreed for him That doth assume the Papal government Without election and a true consent: Away, and bring us word with speed.