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  • 1 One Time — Single par Justin Bieber extrait de l’album My World Sortie 18 mai 2009 Enregistrement …

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  • 2 one-time — ˈone time also ˈone off adjective [only before a noun] a one time event, payment etc happens once and is not part of a regular series of such events: • Lawyers face a one off tax hit as a result of the tax changes. • The company expects to take a …

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  • 3 One Time — may refer to: One Time (song), a song by Canadian artist Justin Bieber Rocket Sneaker/One x Time , a song by Japanese artist Ai Otsuka 1Time, a South African airline One timer, an ice hockey shot One time, one times, one time, etc., an American… …

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  • 4 One Time — «One Time» Sencillo de Justin Bieber del álbum My World Publicación 18 de mayo de 2009 Formato Sencillo en CD, descarga digital Grabación 2009; Triangle Sound Studios (Savannah, Georgia) The Boom Boom Room (Burbank, California) …

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  • 5 one|time — or one time «WUHN TYM», adjective. 1. of the past; former: »a onetime millionaire; ... the one time home of one of the nation s great amateur scientists (Scientific American). 2. on only one instance; occurring only once: »Police who deal with… …

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  • 6 one-time — one ,time adjective used for saying what someone or something was in the past: FORMER: her one time partner the one time Communist party leader …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 7 one-time — one′ time or one′time adj. 1) having been as specified at one time; former 2) cvb occurring, done, etc., only once …

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  • 8 one-time — adj [only before noun] former ▪ Neil McMurtry, a one time bus driver, is the lead singer …

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  • 9 one-time — [wun′tīm΄] adj. 1. at some past time; former 2. done, occurring, etc. only once: Also, esp. for sense 1, onetime …

    English World dictionary

  • 10 one-time — index late (defunct), previous Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 one-time — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ former …

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  • 12 one-time — /wun tuym /, adj. 1. having been as specified at one time; former: my one time partners. 2. occurring, done, or accomplished only once: his one time try at elective office. Also, onetime. [1880 85] Syn. 1. previous, earlier, past. * * * …

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  • 13 one-time — adjective a) Of or pertaining to a specific time in the past. He was the one time president of the club. b) Occurring only on one occasion. He was an eloquent speaker, and his slip of the tongue was a one time error …

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  • 14 one-time — late, former, one time, sometime All these words are used occasionally (the first two a little more than that) to describe the earlier status of a person or thing. A late husband is one that is no longer alive, whereas a former husband (or ex… …

    Modern English usage

  • 15 one-time — also onetime ADJ: ADJ n One time is used to describe something such as a job, position, or role which someone used to have, or something which happened in the past. [JOURNALISM] She s 87 years old, and a one time member of the Ziegfeld Follies …

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  • 16 one-time — /ˈwʌn taɪm / (say wun tuym) adjective having been (as specified) at one time; former; quondam: his one time partner …

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  • 17 One time! — 1time …

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  • 18 one time — n the police (referred to as such because you have one time or one chance to get out of the situation alive). An expression from the lexicon of rap. See also Babylon; Feds, the; pig …

    Contemporary slang

  • 19 one-time — adj. One time is used with these nouns: ↑fee, ↑lover, ↑partner, ↑payment, ↑rival …

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  • 20 one\ time — noun. street alarm Watch out, here comes one time …

    Dictionary of american slang