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one

Definitions by Oxford


[wʌn], (Numeral)

Definitions:
- the lowest cardinal number; half of two; 1
(e.g: there's only room for one person)

- the same; identical
(e.g: all types of training meet one common standard)

- a joke or story
(e.g: the one about the Englishman, the Irishman, and the Yank)

- an alcoholic drink
(e.g: a cool one after a day on the water)

- alone
(e.g: the time when you one tackled a field of cane and finished before the others had even started)


Phrases:
- at one
- for one
- get it in one
- one after another
- one and all
- one and only
- one by one
- one for one
- one on one
- one or the other
- one or two
- one thing and another
- the one

Origin:
Old English ān, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch een and German ein, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin unus. The initial w sound developed before the 15th century and was occasionally represented in the spelling; it was not accepted into standard English until the late 17th century


[wʌn], (Pronoun)

Definitions:
- referring to a person or thing previously mentioned or easily identified
(e.g: her mood changed from one of moroseness to one of joy)

- a person of a specified kind
(e.g: you're the one who ruined her life)

- used to refer to the speaker, or any person, as representing people in general
(e.g: one must admire him for his willingness)


Phrases:
- at one
- for one
- get it in one
- one after another
- one and all
- one and only
- one by one
- one for one
- one on one
- one or the other
- one or two
- one thing and another
- the one

Origin:







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