one

listen to the pronunciation of one
İngilizce - Türkçe
bir

Birini tanıyorum da ötekini değil. - I know one of them but not the other.

Bir, iki, üç, dört, beş, altı, yedi, sekiz, dokuz, on. - One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten.

{i} tek

Bir, üç ve beş tek sayılardır. - One, three, and five are odd numbers.

Onun bürosunu tekrar tekrar aradım fakat kimse cevap vermedi. - I called his office again and again, but no one answered.

{i} biri

Manchester United, hem Premier League'de hem de İngiltere'de en başarılı takımlardan biridir. - Manchester United is one of the most successful teams in both the Premier League and England.

Hayallerimden biri İzlandaca öğrenmek. - One of my dreams is to learn Icelandic.

bir rakamı
{i} bir tane

Ofiste bir tane satın almak zorundasın. - You have to buy one at the office.

Pasaportumu kaybettim. Yeni bir tane almak zorunda kalacağım. - I lost my passport. I'll have to get a new one.

{i} birisi

Dünya'nın Ay'dan görüntüsü, 20. yüzyılın ikonik resimlerinden birisidir. - The view of the Earth from the Moon is one of the iconic images of the 20th century.

En favori melodilerimden birisi radyoda çalıyordu. - One of my favorite tunes was playing on the radio.

{i} kimse

Hiç kimse beni anlamıyor. - No one understands me.

Hiç kimse keyfi olarak mal ve mülkünden mahrum edilemez. - No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.

bir (sayı olarak)
{s} 1. bir: Give me one loquat. Bana bir maltaeriği ver. One hundred and twenty people came. Yüz yirmi kişi geldi. One half of them were crazy
{s} aynı

Onun için sadece siz değil aynı zamanda ben de sorumluyum. - You are not the only one responsible for it, I am too.

Biz bu konuda hepimiz aynı fikirdeyiz. - We are all one on that point.

bir sayısı
belirli biri
adında biri
insan

Tüm insanlar özgür, şeref ve haklar bakımından eşit doğar. Akıl ve vicdana sahiplerdir ve birbirlerine karşı kardeşlik ruhuyla hareket etmelidir. - All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

Kasabada veya kasabanın yakınında bir veya iki büyük fabrika kurulduysa, insanlar iş bulmaya gider, ve yakında bir endüstriyel alan büyümeye başlar. - After one or two large factories have been built in or near a town, people come to find work, and soon an industrial area begins to develop.

bir şilin altı peni
one by one birer bire
one and all hepsi
herhangi biri

Bizden herhangi biri onu yapabilirdi. - Any one of us could do it.

Herhangi biriniz arkadaşlarımdan biriyle çıkmakla ilgilenir misiniz? - Would either of you be interested in going on a blind date with one of my friends?

bir: Give me one loquat. Bana bir maltaeriği ver. One hundred and twenty people came. Yüz yirmi kişi geldi. One half of them were crazy
kişi

Bu, bir kişi için küçük bir adımdır ama insanlık için dev bir sıçramadır. - That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

Daha sonra bir kişi daha bize katılıyor olacak. - One more person will be joining us later.

her biri

Onların her birine bin yen verdim. - I gave them one thousand yen each.

Onların her biri o filmi izlemeye gitti. - Every one of them went to see that movie.

adam

Onun içinde iki kişi vardı, onun kız öğrencilerinden birisi ve genç bir adam. - There were two people in it, one of her girl students and a young man.

Hiç kimse bu adamlara hakaret etmek istemedi. - No one wanted to insult these men.

one another birbirlerini
one and sixpence eski
olan

Benim Japon öğretmenim fiil çekimlerini hatırlamamıza yardımcı olan bir şarkı kullanırdı. Hiç kimse gerçekten birlikte söylemezdi. - My Japanese teacher used to use a song to help us remember verb conjugations. No one really sang along.

Bir kırmızı araba ve bir beyaz olanı gördüm.Kırmızı olan beyaz olandan daha hoş görünüyordu. - I saw a red car and a white one. The red one was nicer looking than the white one.

saat bir
saat on üç
bir tanesi
birine

Tom kütüphanenin önündeki boş alanlardan birine parketti. - Tom parked in one of the empty spaces in front of the library.

Eve giderken arkadaşlarımdan birine rastladım. - I met one of my friends on my way home.

one by one
birer birer

Senatörler birer birer oy kullandı. - One by one, the Senators voted.

O, yumurtaları birer birer çıkardı. - He took the eggs out one by one.

no one
hiç kimse

Hiç kimse onun adını bilmiyor. - No one knows his name.

Hiç kimse keyfi olarak mal ve mülkünden mahrum edilemez. - No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.

one by one
tek tek

Sabırla, o gerçekleri tek tek topladı. - Patiently, he collected the facts, one by one.

Samanyolu galaksisinde 100 milyardan çok yıldız vardır. Eğer onları tek tek saymaya çalışsaydınız bu 3000 yıldan fazla sürerdi! - There are over 100 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy. If you tried to count them one by one, it would take you over 3000 years!

take off one's clothes
soyunmak
one hundred
yüz

Bina yüz metre yüksekliğindedir. - The building is one hundred meters high.

Kanser tek değil fakat yüzlerce farklı hastalıklardan biridir. - Cancer is not one but more than one hundred distinct diseases.

one promising source
Bir okumada paragrafın asıl belirtmek istediği noktaya dikkat çekmek için kullanılan ifade
one's own kind
Birinin kendi gibi olan
one-hit wonder
Sadece tek bir şarkı ve saire ile ünlü olmuş sonradan kimsenin hatırlamadığı kimse
one after another
birbiri ardına
one by one
sırayla
one by one
ayrı ayrı
one day
bir gün

Bir gün Fransa'ya gitmek istiyorum. - I'd like to go to France one day.

Bir gün Amerika'ya gitmek istiyorum. - I would like to go to the United States one day.

one of a kind
türünün tek örneği
one sided
tek taraflı
one way or another
öyle ya da böyle
one a day
günde bir tane
one color
tek renk
one condition
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bir durumu
one dollar
bir dolar
one hour
(Bilgisayar) bir saat
one in a million
milyonda bir
one is no better than the other
al birini vur ötekine
one might as well say
aynı şekilde
one more
bir daha

Onu bir daha deneyebiliriz. - We can give it one more try.

one more
birtane daha
one of the boys
(deyim) çocuklardan biri
one of the parties
taraflardan biri
one of them
onlardan biri

Onlardan birini seçebilirsin. - You can choose one of them.

Tom onlardan birinden her zaman soğuk algınlığı kapmaktan korktuğu için çocukların etrafında olmaktan hoşlanmaz. - Tom doesn't like being around children because he's always afraid of catching a cold from one of them.

one of these days
(deyim) yakında
one of those
bunlardan biri
one of us
içimizden biri
one off
bir kereye mahsus
one or two
bir kaç tane
one or two
bir iki tane
one page
(Bilgisayar) tek sayfa
one page
(Bilgisayar) bir sayfa
one sixth
altıda bir
one way
tek yönlü seyahat
one way trip
(Turizm) tek yönlü seyahat
one would think that
güya
one would wish that
gönül ister ki
one's home
sıla
one-to-one
birebir
one-to-one relation
bire bir ilişki
One for all and all for one
(deyim) Birimiz hepimiz, hepimiz birimiz için
one and one
ve tek
one for one
Bire bir
one to one
Bire bir
one to one correspondence
00: 59 yazışma
one to one mapping
Bire bir eşleme
one who bakes; one who owns a bakery
bir pişiren, bir fırın sahibi
one who piles objects on top of one another
Bir başka üst üste kim kazık nesneler
one's eyes are bigger than one's stomach
(deyim) Gözü aç olmak, doymayacağını sanmak
one's eyes are bigger than one's stomach
Gözü aç! Doymak bilmiyor!
one-on-one
Bire bir

İleriye giden stratejimizi tartışmak için başkanla bire bir oturum yapmak istiyorum. - I'd like to have a one-on-one session with the president to discuss our strategy going forward.

Koç'un onun saha performansını değerlendirmek için her oyuncuyla bire bir görüşmesi vardı. - The coach had a one-on-one discussion with each player to evaluate his performance on the field.

one-to-one
Bire bir
one by one
teker teker

Öğrencilerin teker teker ayağa kalktılar ve kendilerini tanıttılar. - The students stood up one by one and introduced themselves.

one to one and onto mapping
birebir orten islev
one to one function
birebir islev
one's work dominate one's life
işi hayatından önce gelmek
ones
birileri
one by one
bir bir

Üyeler bir bir enteresan hikayelerini anlattı. - One by one, the members told us about their strange experience.

Üyeler bir bir garip hikayelerini anlattı. - One by one, the members told us about their strange experience.

one fifth
beşte bir
one time
bir kez

Ben bunu sana sadece bir kez soracağım, Tom. - I'm only going to ask you this one time, Tom.

Bu mantarı yiyebilir miyim? Bir şeyi bir kez yiyebilirsin. - Can I eat this mushroom? You can eat anything one time.

one time
bir sefer

Klinik, bir seferde hasta başına iki ziyaretçiye izin verdi. - The clinic allowed only two visitors per patient at any one time.

Ben dışarıya bir seferde kaç tane kitap alabilirim? - How many books can I take out at one time?

one way
tek yön

Trafik işaretinde ne yazılı? - TEK YÖN. - What is written on the road sign? - ONE WAY.

one way
tek yönde olan
one way
tek gidiş
one way
tek yönlü
give one a piece of one's mind
(deyim) lafını esirgememek
knit one, purl one
bir ters örmek
one after another
birbiri arkasına
one another
birbirleri
one another
birbiri

Birbirimize yardım etmek bizim görevimizdir. - It is our duty to help one another.

Birbirimize yardımcı olduk. - We helped one another.

one another
(Konuşma Dili) birbirlerine

İnsanlar birbirlerine karşı dürüst olmalı. - People should be honest with one another.

Birbirlerine hediyeler verirler. - They give presents to one another.

one by one
birer ikişer
one fourth
dörtte bir

Maaşımın dörtte birini son üç yıldır bir kenara bıraktım. - I have put aside one fourth of my salary for the last three years.

one more time
bir kez daha

Bir kez daha söyleyeceğim. - I'll say it one more time.

Ağzını bir kez daha açarsan seni pataklayacağım! - Open your mouth one more time and I will beat you up!

one more time
bir kere daha
one of
biri

Dünya'nın Ay'dan görüntüsü, 20. yüzyılın ikonik resimlerinden birisidir. - The view of the Earth from the Moon is one of the iconic images of the 20th century.

Dustin Moskovitz, Yahudi bir girişimcidir. O, Facebook'un kurucularından biridir. - Dustin Moskovitz is a Jewish entrepreneur. He is one of the co-founders of Facebook.

one of them
birisi

Sen onlardan birisin, değil mi? - You're one of them, aren't you?

Karının seçimlerine hiç gülme, çünkü sonuçta sen de onlardan birisin. - Don't ever laugh at your wife's choices, because after all you're one of them.

oneness
fikir birliği
oneness
tevhid
a one
birinci kalite
burn one's bridges behind one
köprüleri atmak
cut one's coat according to one's cloth
ayağını yorganına göre uzatmak
frighten one out of one's wits
yüreğini oynatmak
get one's wits about one
kafasını toplamak
give one a dose of one's own medicine
anladığı dilden muamele etmek
give one one's walking papers
pasaportunu eline vermek
have one's heart in one's boots
ödü kopmak
have one's heart in one's mouth
yüreği ağzına gelmek
have one's tail between one's legs
kuyruğunu kısmak
have one's wits about one
kıvrak
have one's wits about one
dikkatli ve mantıklı olmak
leave one to one's fate
kaderiyle baş başa bırakmak
not know one's arse from one's elbow
elifi görüp mertek sanmak
one after another
birer birer

Yedek parçaları birer birer inceledi. - He examined the spare parts one after another.

one another
birbirini

Tüm yapabileceğiniz birbirinize güvenmektir. - All you can do is trust one another.

Newton'un yer çekimi kanunu organların birbirini çekme tarzıyla ilgili birçok bilimsel deney ve gözlemlere dayalı matematiksel bir anlatımdır. - Newton's law of gravity is a mathematical description of the way bodies are observed to attract one another, based on many scientific experiments and observations.

one another
birbirlerini

Üç sırtlan birbirlerini ikna etmeye çalışarak bir daire içinde oturdu. - The three hyenas sat in a circle, reasoning with one another.

Tom ve Mary birbirlerini öptüler. - Tom and Mary kissed one another.

one day
günün birinde

Tom onu günün birinde ödeyecek. - Tom will pay for it one day.

one half
bir buçuk katı
one of
in biri
one sided
eşitsiz
one sided
taraf tutan
one tenth
onda bir
one third
üçte bir

5 yaşından önce ölen çocukların üçte biri yetersiz beslenmeden ölüyor. - One third of children who die before the age of 5 die from malnutrition.

Yaklaşık olarak dünya yüzeyinin üçte biri topraktır. - About one third of the earth's surface is land.

put all one's eggs in one basket
varını yoğunu tehlikeye atmak
put one's hand into one's pocket
elini cebine götürmek
set one back on one's heels
birini beyninden vurulmuşa döndürmek
take one at one's word
sözünü tutmak
take one's life in one's hands
canını dişine takmak
take one's life in one's hands
kelleyi koltuğa almak
one way
taraflı
one way
ısrarcı
Buy One Get One Free
Bir alana bir bedava
One after another
peşi peşine
One of
biriside
cast one´s lot in with s.o./cast in one´s lot with s.o./cast one´s lot with s.o
biriyle işbirliği yapmak/bir olmak
cut off one´s nose to spite one´s face
k. dili gâvura kızıp oruç bozmak
get into one´s stride/hit one´s stride
k. dili bir işin havasına girmek
get one´s wits about one
aklını başına toplamak
give one a tickle in one´s throat
-e gıcık vermek, -i gıcıklamak
have one's wits about one
bak
have one's words stick in one's throat
nutku tutulmak/boğazı düğümlenmek
have one´s work cut out for one
k. dili (birinin) önünde zor bir iş olmak
have/keep one's wits about one
kıvrak, dikkatli ve mantıklı olmak
keep one´s wits about one. How about ...?
1. -e ne dersin/dersiniz?: How about a game of tennis? Tenis oynamaya ne dersin? 2. -den ne haber? How about Çetin? What´s he doing? Çetin´den ne haber? Ne yapıyor? 3. -e/-i ne yapacağız/yapmalıyız? How about that damp basement? O rutubetli bodruma ne yapacağız? 4. ... hakkında/için ne düşünüyorsun/düşünüyorsunuz?: How about Ayşe´s plan? Ayşe´nin planı hakkında ne düşünüyorsun?
line up one by one
tek satır bir yukarı
off one´s head/out of one´s head
k. dili deli, çıldırmış
one another
Birbiri, birbirleri. "You must get along with öne another. - Birbirinizle iyi geçinmeniz lazım.", "Don't kill öne another. - Birbirinizi öldürmeyin."
one for
biri için
one hand
Bir yandan
one hand
tek eli
one minute
bir dakika

Saatim bir günde bir dakika ileri gider. - My watch gains one minute a day.

O saat bir dakika ileri. - That clock is one minute fast.

one moment
bir an

Bana sadece bir an izin verir misin? - Would you excuse me just one moment?

Siz ikiniz bana bir an izin verir misiniz? - Would you two excuse me one moment?

one more
bir tane daha
one night stand
Tek gecelik ilişki, tek gecelik aşk macerası
one night stand
Bir yerde bir oyun yahut gösterinin bir gecelik gösterimi
one of
birin
one of these
bunlardan bir tanesi
one of these
bunlardan biri
one off
Sadece bir kereliğine olmuş, yapılmış
one stop
bir durak
one tenth
onda biri
one time
vaktiyle

Tom şimdi Mary ile evli ama o vaktiyle Alice ile evliydi. - Tom is married to Mary now, but at one time he was married to Alice.

one way
kafaya takmış
ones
siraye
put all one´s eggs in one basket
her şeyini tek bir şeye/kişiye bağlamak, tüm umutlarını tek bir şeye/kişiye bağlamak
put one's foot in one's mouth
(deyim) Pot kırmak, gaf yapmak
put one´s foot into it/put one´s foot in one´s mouth
pot kırmak, gaf yapmak
set one back on one's heels
birini beyninden vurulmusa döndürmek
wear one's heart on one's sleeve
(deyim) Duygularını açığa vurmak
wear one's heart on/upon one's sleeve
içi dışı bir olmak
with one´s tail between one´s legs
k. dili süklüm püklüm
cut one's suit according to one's cloth
ayağını yorganına göre uzatmak
do one's job for one
benzetmek
do one's job for one
öldürmek
get one round one's back
başına belayı satın almak
have more than one string to one's bow
birden fazla seçeneği olmak
have one's wits about one
tetikte olmak
keep one's wits about one
durumu hemen kavramak
knit one, purl one
bir düz, bir ters örmek
one after another
birbiri peşisıra
one after another
arka arkaya

O arka arkaya giyim eşyaları aldı. - She bought articles of clothing one after another.

one after another
sıra ile
one after another
birbiri ardından
one after another
birbiri peşi sıra
one after another
birbiri arkasından
one another
birbirine

Tom ve Mary birbirine bağlıdır. - Tom and Mary depended on one another.

Üç genç birbirine baktı. - The three boys looked at one another.

one another
karşılıklı olarak
one another
birbirini, yekdiğerini
one fourth
çeyrek
one more
bir fazla
one night stand
bir gecelik macera
one night stand
tek gecelik oyun
one of
-in biri
one of them
biri

Birini tanıyorum da ötekini değil. - I know one of them but not the other.

İki insan her zaman aynı görüşe sahipse, bunlardan biri gereksizdir. - If two men always have the same opinion, one of them is unnecessary.

one shot
el
one sided
taraflı
one up
avantajlı olma
one up
bir adım önde
oneness
{i} bir olma
oneness
{i} aynı olma
oneness
{i} görüş birliği
oneness
{i} birlik
ones
olan

Eski olanlarının yanı sıra çağdaş Farsça şiirler batı dünyasında bilinmemektedir. - Contemporary Persian poems haven’t been known in west world as well as ancient ones.

Japon olanları bir yana bırak, onun çok sayıda yabancı pulları var. - He has many foreign stamps, not to mention Japanese ones.

put one's hand in one's pocket
para harcamak
tell one to one's face
birinin yüzüne karşı söylemek: Tell him what you think of him to his face. Kendisi hakkında ne düşündüğünü yüzüne karşı söyle
thrust one's hand into one's pocket
elini cebine sokmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
In agreement

We are one on the importance of learning.

The digit or figure 1
Of a period of time, being particular; as, one morning, one year

One day the prince set forth to kill the dragon that had brought terror to his father’s kingdom for centuries.

one thing (among a group of others); one member of a group

I want the green one.

The neutral element with respect to multiplication in a ring
One run scored by hitting the ball and running between the wickets; a single
Being a single, unspecified thing; a; any

My aunt used to say, One day is just like the other..

Whole, entire

Body and soul are not separate; they are one.

Used instead of ! to amplify an exclamation, imitating n00bs who forget to press the shift key while typing exclamation points

B: y d0nt u just g0 away l0zer!!1!!one!!one!!eleven!!1!.

A numerical value equal to 1; the first number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the smallest nonempty set. Ordinal: first

One person, one vote.

Sole, only

He is the one man who can help you.

A one-dollar bill
The same

The two types look very different, but are one species.

any person (applying to people in general)

With fresh material, taxonomic conclusions are leavened by recognition that the material examined reflects the site it occupied; a herbarium packet gives one only a small fraction of the data desirable for sound conclusions. Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get.

Being an unknown person with the specified name

The town records from 1843 showed the overnight incarceration of one “A. Lincoln”.

The ordinality of an element which has no predecessor, usually called first or number one
Being a preeminent example

He is one hell of a guy.

One is the number
{n} a person an unit
{a} single, different, any
particular but unspecified; "early one evening"
A symbol representing a unit, as 1, or i
Single; inmarried
being a single entity made by combining separate components; "three chemicals combining into one solution"
"I am the sister of one Claudio" [Shak
n a low, quick set that is attacked either directly in front of, or behind, the setter 前快或背快傳球。
You can use one instead of a noun group when you have just mentioned something and you want to describe it or give more information about it. His response is one of anger and frustration The issue of land reform was one that dominated Hungary's parliamentary elections
The first number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the smallest nonempty set
You can use one when referring to a time in the past or in the future. For example, if you say that you did something one day, you mean that you did it on a day in the past. How would you like to have dinner one night, just you and me? Then one evening Harry phoned, asking me to come to their flat as soon as possible. one day: see day
], that is, of a certain man named Claudio
You can use one when you have been talking or writing about a group of people or things and you want to say something about a particular member of the group. `A college degree isn't enough', said one honors student. One is also a pronoun. Some of them couldn't eat a thing. One couldn't even drink
pron. any person; any person or thing in a particular group
Pointing out a contrast, or denoting a particular thing or person different from some other specified; used as a correlative adjective, with or without the
If you say that someone is one for or is a one for something, you mean that they like or approve of it or enjoy doing it. I'm not one for political discussions She was a real one for flirting with the boys
{i} number 1; particular person or thing
used of a single unit or thing; not two or more; "`ane' is Scottish
You use one in expressions such as `one of the biggest airports' or `one of the most experienced players' to indicate that something or someone is bigger or more experienced than most other things or people of the same kind. Subaru is one of the smallest Japanese car makers
indefinite in time or position; "he will come one day"; "one place or another"
Zhaenglish | adronato
Denoting a person or thing conceived or spoken of indefinitely; a certain
emphasis You can use for one to emphasize that a particular person is definitely reacting or behaving in a particular way, even if other people are not. I, for one, hope you don't get the job
being the single appropriate individual of a kind; only; "the one horse that could win this race"; "the one person I could marry"
A termination indicating that the hydrocarbon to the name of which it is affixed belongs to the fourth series of hydrocarbons, or the third series of unsaturated hydrocarbonsl as, nonone
You can use one to refer to the first of two or more things that you are comparing. Prices vary from one shop to another The road hugs the coast for hundreds of miles, the South China Sea on one side, jungle on the other. One is also an adjective. We ask why peace should have an apparent chance in the one territory and not the other. One is also a pronoun. The twins were dressed differently and one was thinner than the other
a single person or thing; "he is the best one"; "this is the one I ordered"
Being a single unit, or entire being or thing, and no more; not multifold; single; individual
used informally as an intensifier; "that is one fine dog"
Closely bound together; undivided; united; constituting a whole
having the indivisible character of a unit; "a unitary action"; "spoke with one voice"
You use one to make statements about people in general which also apply to themselves. One can be used as the subject or object of a sentence. If one looks at the longer run, a lot of positive things are happening Shares and bonds can bring one quite a considerable additional income
They had three sons and one daughter. one thousand years ago Scotland beat England one-nil at Wembley. one of the children killed in the crash
"I am the sister of one Claudio"
One or two means a few. We may make one or two changes I asked one or two of the stallholders about it
being one in number--a single unit or thing; "one person is going"; "her one thought was to win"; "I'm just one player on the team"; "one day is just like the next"; "seen one horse and you've seen them all"
A suffix indicating that the substance, in the name of which it appears, is a ketone; as, acetone
emphasis You can use expressions such as a hundred and one, a thousand and one, and a million and one to emphasize that you are talking about a large number of things or people. There are a hundred and one ways in which you can raise money
A single unit; as, one is the base of all numbers
one another: see another one thing after another: see another of one mind: see mind in one piece: see piece
of the same kind or quality; "two animals of one species"
a single person or thing; "he is the best one"; "this is the one I ordered" the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number; "he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one" being a single entity made by combining separate components; "three chemicals combining into one solution" used of a single unit or thing; not two or more; "`ane' is Scottish
You use ones to refer to people in general. We are the only ones who know
You can use one by one to indicate that people do things or that things happen in sequence, not all at the same time. We went into the room one by one One by one the houses burst into flames
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You use one after the other or one after another to say that actions or events happen with very little time between them. My three guitars broke one after the other One after another, people described how hard it is for them to get medical care
eminent beyond or above comparison; "matchless beauty"; "the team's nonpareil center fielder"; "she's one girl in a million"; "the one and only Muhammad Ali"; "a peerless scholar"; "infamy unmatched in the Western world"; "wrote with unmatchable clarity"; "unrivaled mastery of her art"
You use one or other to refer to one or more things or people in a group, when it does not matter which particular one or ones are thought of or chosen. One or other of the two women was wrong
A highly-scientific term describing the number exactly halfway between zero and two
the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number; "he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one"
used of a single unit or thing; not two or more; "`ane' is Scottish"
If you say that someone is not one to do something, you think that it is very unlikely that they would do it because it is not their normal behaviour. I'm not one to waste time on just anyone
one L
A law student in his or her first year of law school
one L
Of or pertaining to the first year of law school

I've heard that one L courses are the hardest courses you'll take in law school.

one after the other
one by one (of a person or thing)
one and all
each one
one and all
all, everyone
one and one's
An expression of exasperation or frustration

Those kids and their damn sling shots,” he seethed. “How could anyone kill a beautiful bird like this?”.

one and the same
The same person or thing. Used to emphasize the identity or equivalence of two things

It's almost like there's one electron in two places at one and the same time.

one another
Used of a reciprocal relationship among a group of two or more people or things; compare each other

Rainy days seemed to follow one another all summer.

one at a time
Individually, as opposed to collectively; slowly or methodically, figuratively

One at a time, please! I can't hear you if you all talk at once.

one brick short of a full load
stupid

You have to be one brick short of a full load to think that '7' is a letter in the alphabet.

one brick short of a full load
not mentally sound; insane

I feel fine today, but that gentleman conversing with the house plant there may be one brick short of a full load.

one by one
Individually in succession; one at a time

The passengers escaped through the hatch one by one.

one can run but one can't hide
There is nothing someone can do to evade something

You can run but you can't hide.

one can't hold two watermelons in one hand
do not attempt to take on more than you can handle
one card shy of a full deck
mentally deranged; demented; insane

That guy might be one card shy of a full deck — he thinks that substitute sugar is really a government tracking system.

one could be someone's parent
Said to emphasize age disparity of a couple, usually to express disapproval and imply the possibility of choosing a partner with closer age
one country, two systems
Slogan for the reunification of China as one country, but with areas like Hong Kong and Taiwan with separate economic and political systems
one day
At some unspecified time in the past

One day I was playing with a girl from my class.

one day
At some unspecified time in the future

One day I shall upgrade my software, but not just yet.

one drop
A style of drumming, prevalent in reggae and attributed to Winston Grennan, in which the snare and bass play on the same beat
one eighty out
in American military for incorrect or false

I read you loud and clear but it's still 180-out.

one fat lady
eight
one fell swoop
One stroke; one action or event with many results

they might be hanging about there or simply marauders ready to decamp with whatever boodle they could in one fell swoop at a moment's notice, your money or your life, leaving you there to point a moral, gagged and garrotted.

one finger salute
Alternative spelling of one-finger salute
one finger salute
To give a one-finger salute: to make an obscene gesture by holding only the middle finger of a hand erect while the rest of the fingers are in a fist

I've one finger saluted life before.

one foot
A trick with one foot free from the bindings, instead it is placed beside the rear binding and boned far away from the board during airtime

Dude, doing one foots is suicidal.

one foots
plural form of one foot
one for all, all for one
Each individual should act for the benefit of the group, and the group should act for the benefit of each individual
one good turn deserves another
One act of kindness should be paid back by another act of kindness
one hit wonder
Alternative spelling of one-hit wonder
one hundred and one
The figure 101
one hundred and one
One hundred plus one
one hundred million
The number 100,000,000
one hundred one
The cardinal number one hundred plus one
one hundred percent
totally, completely

This drink is 100% organic.

one hundred percent
complete, entire, whole

He has a one hundred percent record of success.

one in a million
Something extremely rare or unlikely

A one in a million, chance of a lifetime ... one in a million you.

one in the eye for
an event or achievement which is unpleasant for someone, especially for those who considered it impossible or unwelcome; an annoyance

The success of Firefox is one in the eye for Microsoft.

one legged
Of or pertaining to having only one leg

A mono-pod is a one legged equivalent to a tripod.

one man and a dog
a small startup company, usually in a computer or technological field

He started work as the proverbial one man and a dog operation....

one million
The number 1000000
one moment, please
Used to ask a person to wait a moment
one more time for the sweet souvenir
for old times' sake
one o'clock
The start of the second hour in both the 12-hour and the 24-hour clock; 1: 00
one of a kind
A unique specimen
one of a kinds
plural form of one of a kind
one of his majesty's bad bargains
A worthless soldier, a malingeror
one of these days
One day, some day

One of these days, he won't be so lucky.

one of those days
A bad day

I'm sorry I was rude earlier. I'm just having one of those days.

one off the wrist
An act of masturbation
one short
the act of a batsman, running between the wickets, failing to ground himself or his bat behind the popping crease before turning for another run; the umpire's signal indicating this (the run does not count)
one should be so lucky
It is highly doubtful: indicating that something is not likely to happen

A pay increase? You should be so lucky!.

one side
You should move to one side and allow me to go through the passageway you are blocking

I'm late now, Fatty. C'mon. One side, Zooey said. A Philadelphia highboy had been moved out into the hall, and, together with Mrs. Glass's person, it blocked Zooey's passage.

one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind
Words spoken by Neil Armstrong when taking the first steps on the moon
one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind
(used imitatively) A cliché used to exaggerate an accomplishment or milestone
one step ahead
maintaining a slight advantage; continuing to lead
one step at a time
Slowly and steadily. Without rushing
one step forward, two steps back
A situation in which progress is more than offset by adverse developments

We got all the roofing removed but the chimney was damaged and we discovered that some rafters had to be replaced. One step forward, two steps back. Or maybe three.

one strike and you're out
If you fail you will be given no second chance

The training was intense and they had a strict one strike and you're out policy when it came to sleeping in.

one swallow does not a summer make
One sighting or instance of an event does not necessarily indicate a trend
one swallow does not make a summer
A sign is not proof – do not rejoice too soon
one swallow doesn't make a summer
One sighting or instance of an event does not necessarily indicate a trend
one thing led to another
From one event, a series of non-important steps resulted in another event
one thousand
The number 1000
one thousand
Used in a common chronometric counting scheme, in which each iteration is sequentially numbered and supposed to be approximately one second in length

One one thousand, two one thousand, three one thousand, .

one track mind
Alternative spelling of one-track mind
one trick pony
Alternative spelling of one-trick pony
one under
A person under a train; a person hit by a train after jumping or falling in front of it

I've been on a train when some has gone under. Actually heard the thump and then the driver on the radio saying I've got one under.

one unders
plural form of one under
one up
To outdo, to do something slightly better than a competitor's prior effort

Every year the neighbors try to one-up each other with their holiday lights.

one up
In additional life or an object that increases the player's number of chances or "lives" by one

If you hit that block, you can get a one up.

one ups
plural form of one up
one who hesitates is lost
A person who spends too much time contemplating what to do may miss a valuable but fleeting opportunity
one's
belonging to one
one's bark is worse than one's bite
The individual acts threatening but is relatively harmless

Its bark is worse than its bite.

one's days are numbered
Some period of time, such as a term of employment or a lifetime, is coming to an end

If his performance does not improve very soon, his days at this company are numbered.

one's jig is up
Alternative form of the jig is up.

But I'd convinced a witness to come in, Sure enough, when we brought Marshall in for the lineup, she picked him right away. ¶ Marshall was naturally upset that his jig was up,.

one's self
Alternative spelling of oneself

One can teach one's self to do this.

one's self
The self or being of an individual

Self-awareness is acknowledging the existence of one's self and one's being.

one's socks off
With a large amount of effort or intensity
one's word is law
Requests or orders of (a person) should definitely be fulfilled
one-armed bandit
A gaming machine having a long handle (the “arm” referred to in the name) at one side that one pulls down to make reels spin; the player wins money or tokens when certain combinations of symbols line up on these reels
one-armed router
A special variety of router used to route packets in a VLAN environment. Because a one-armed router uses the same physical link to send and receive traffic to and from different VLANs, this is also known as a router on a stick
one-banana problem
A problem with a low level of difficulty

It's only a one-banana problem at the most; what's taking them so long?.

one-banana problems
plural form of one-banana problem
one-child policy
A policy of population control in China, whereby a married couple is allowed only one child
one-day cricket
a form of cricket, played on one day, in which each side bats only once
one-day international
a one-day match played between teams representing the Test nations; a similar match in a tournament such as the World Cup
one-day internationals
plural form of one-day international
one-day match
a game of cricket played on one day; each side batting once
one-day matches
plural form of one-day match
one-dimensional
Lacking depth or believability; flat

In contrast to this are the flat, one-dimensional characters found in fables.

one-dimensional
An object with length, but no height or depth. Like a square has no depth, a one-dimensional object is that square with no width. A straight line
one-drop rule
The notion that one drop of black blood (i.e., any African ancestry at all) makes a person black
one-eyed
Having only a single eye, particularly when a higher number is normal
one-eyed trouser snake
The penis

Christ, I’ve gotta go and shake the old one-eyed trouser snake, meself.

one-finger salute
The obscene gesture made by holding only the middle finger of a hand erect while the rest of the fingers are in a fist

Painted on one: destroy this memory. ¶ On another, a homeowner has painted a one-finger salute to Allstate.

one-finger salutes
plural form of one-finger salute
one-hit wonder
A musical performer or musical group known for a single hit song, especially after failing at later attempts at success

Eleven years ago, Arrested Development became one of Southern hip-hop's first crossover successes with “Tennessee,” a wistful, bohemian-influenced song about the scars of history. But the group was a one-hit wonder.

one-hit wonder
A person or group known for achieving only a single major accomplishment

The European company is no one-hit wonder. The company has another best seller in its J-class car, sold as a Vauxhall Cavalier.

one-horse town
A very small town

It's surrounded by beautiful wilderness, but otherwise it's just a one-horse town.

one-horse towns
plural form of one-horse town
one-hundred
Attributive form of one hundred
one-hundred-year storm
A storm of such force that it occurs only once every one hundred years approximately
one-hundred-year storms
plural form of one-hundred-year storm
one-hundredth
the second decimal digit in a percentage

one one-hundredth of a percent = 0.01%.

one-legged
Having only one leg
one-liner
a short joke, especially one of a single sentence
one-liner
a short remark intended as a sound bite
one-man band
A musician who plays several musical instruments at once
one-man band
An organisation or business that is effectively run by only one person

The corporation he will someday inherit—growing, churning—won't work as a one-man band.

one-minute warning
In the AFL, a warning given with one minute to go before the end of a half, after which special rules apply, eg, stoppage of the game clock after very first down
one-night stand
An occasion when a performer or team of them (especially in vaudeville) expects to perform at a theater for a single evening
one-night stand
A single sexual encounter between two individuals, where at least one of the parties has no immediate intention or expectation of establishing a longer-term sexual or romantic relationship. As the phrase implies, the relationship lasts for only one night
one-night stands
plural form of one-night stand
one-nighter
A nighttime performance by a performer (or troupe) who will only perform in that location for that one night until further notice
one-note
Having only one opinion, outlook, tone, etc., especially as expressed repetitively; without variety or range

The movie is one long snigger. . . . It might be one-note, but at least it's in the key of funny.

one-of-a-kind
A unique example
one-off
Something that is done, created, etc. only once, and often quickly, simply, or improvisationally

I'll put together a quick one-off as a sample so we can taste the recipe.

one-off
Occurring once; one-time

The government insisted that the embarrassing loss of the tax records was a one-off event.

one-on-one
Involving direct communication between two people
one-on-one
involving one attacker and one defender
one-on-one
bijective or injective
one-on-one
A contest involving only one player on each side, especially of an activity often involving teams

He was willing to go one-on-one with the District Attorney himself.

one-percent milk
Milk containing one percent butterfat
one-percenter
One who wishes to be recognized for an idea without putting forth the "ninety-nine percent perspiration" needed to implement that idea
one-percenter
One who seeks or is granted honor far greater than their perceived contribution would warrant
one-percenter
An esoteric joke which is unlikely to be appreciated by a general audience
one-percenter
An outlaw biker, such as a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle club

There is, without a doubt, the one-percenter subculture consisting of individuals who are social renegades in the criminal sense.

one-percenter
A member of the top one percent of a population by wealth, ability, etc. (same as the ninety-ninth percentile)

ou've been one of the one-percenters. You've always been in that rarefied top one percent of the people doing whatever you were doing at any given moment in your life.

one-piece
Composed of a single integral unit or so appearing

A man's one-piece swim suit can be as small as a jock strap, whereas a woman's one-piece swim suit by convention covers with one contiguous unit both the genitalia and the teats.

one-piece
A one-piece article of clothing
one-shot
needing only a single attempt to become effective
one-shot
A type of long-lasting paint
one-shot
A television programme that is not part of a series
one-shot
unique
one-shot
A music sample that is played without immediate repetition
one-shot
A cinematographic shot of a person talking to camera; a talking head
one-shot
A story of only one chapter
one-shot
A monostable multivibrator
one-shot
A headshot, especially in first-person shooters or a single hit kill in most RPGs
one-sided
Out of proportion or lopsided
one-sided
With one competitor dominant over the other

It was a swift, one-sided fight, all over in the second round.

one-sided
Partial or biased in favour of one faction or demographic group

We were robbed! That referee was definitely one-sided.

one-sided
Having only one side, like a Möbius strip
one-sidedly
In a one-sided or biased manner

Macaulay was concerned to interpret the seventeenth century in terms of the triumph of the Whigs as champions of public rights; and he upheld this one-sidedly but not malignantly.

one-sidedly
In a manner which physically favors or uses only one side of something

There was nothing Julia could tell her about sterilizing, or talcum powder, or keeping light out of the baby's eyes, or turning her over in her crib from time to time so that she shouldn't develop one-sidedly.

one-size-fits-all
Designed to be worn with comfort by people with a wide range of sizes
one-size-fits-all
Appealing to a wide range of tastes or opinions
one-start
Describing a section of a simple helix
one