Do the following sentences mean the same? Which one among "in" and "on" is preferably used here?
1) He never lied on/ in any occasion.
2) He didn't tell a lie on/ in any occasion.
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On is the more common preposition:
Ngram on any occasion vs in any occasion
used to show when something happens:
Hair salons don't usually open on Sundays.
On a clear day you can see the mountains from here.
- She was dead on arrival (= dead when she arrived) at the hospital.
- Please leave your key at the reception desk on your departure from (= when you leave) the hotel.