In French, the subject pronoun "on" is used to express "we", "one" or "people".
How to use the subject pronoun "on" in French
On : we
Look at these examples:
This use of on is for a specific group of people which you're a part of (i.e. My friends and I).
Here on is equivalent in meaning to nous (we), though they aren't followed by the same conjugation of the verb:
See also Nous vs on to say "we" in French (French Subject Pronouns)
On : one/you/people
You can also use on in a more general sense, as such:
Here on includes people in general, or can be a theoretical statement such as one [does that].
This form is often used when expressing rules such as:
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