MOVE ON = change positions, disperse
The police told the crowd gathered at the accident to move on.
PICK ON = A. bully B. choose
A. The older boys always picked on the younger boys at school.
B. Mr. Hand picked on Jeff Spicoli to answer the question.
PUT ON = dress, wear
"Put on your coat because it's cold outside," said Scott.
SEND ON = forward a letter or email, etc.
I hate emails that say we have to send them on to others or else...
SET ON = order to attack
He threatened to set his dogs on me if I didn't leave.