LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||22/FEV/2016 9:03 PM|
|Assunto:||Wait for / Wait on|
"Time waits for no one, that's"Time waits for no one, that's wahy can't wait for you."
In fact, Noelle, it certainly could be in British English, in American English I think one would say something like ""Time waits for no one, that's why I can´t get waiting for you, I just can´t wait forever!"
So, even when "wait on you" is used in the sense of "for you" it isn´t to mean long long waiting. My opinion here, anyway I would pick the examples and insights Thomas has given.
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