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4.
sweet and rock on at the same time.
first used by Jason Chicoine.
you just heard an awsome CD.
responce:sweet on!!!
by pinkboy April 28, 2005
 
1.
To really like or have loving feelings for a person; to fancy another
So you're sweet on her aren't you?

I'm sweet on this guy. He brings me joy.
by Jonesin4Ya December 17, 2009
 
2.
Similar to the New Zealand term "sweet as". Its a confirmation phrase for when you need to affirm that all is OK with the situation. Can also use "Sweet Ups" and "Ons"
"Hey can you pick me up at 5 oclock?" reply "Sweet ons, see you then."
by Haydos Barbados May 03, 2010
 
3.
"sweet on" is the definition like "rock on" which basicly means right on and thats so sweet at the same time. first used by Jason Chicoine a junior high history teacher.
dude this skate vid is ausome! response: "SWEET ON!"
by Jonny Boothe December 19, 2004
 
5.
This phrase is a very powerful combination of "Sweet" and "Right on." It was first derived and put to use by Zach Larson and Derek Brooks.

Antonym: Sweet Off
subject 1: Dude, I made out with the hottest chick last night.
subject 2: Sweet on!
by broox November 11, 2003
 
6.
This term generally refers to a state of excellence and awesomeness set above others. When it was first put to use by myself it was a combination of Rock On and Sweet. Unlike the previous definition, this form of it usually implies more of a state of mellowness and success, in that all has come together, rather than a state has just been activated. A word often used for esteem. Can generally be used for a variety of successes, big and small. It's meaning is emphasized when used in repetition.
Another: Check it out the burgers looked cooked.
You: Sweet on, Dudeman, sweet on.

Another: Great show, man. You really did awesome.
You: Sweet on, you know me.

Another: You should have seen it, we rocked them.
You: Really? Sweet on.
by Gibbins July 06, 2004