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  • 1 Only — «Only» Сингл Nine Inch Nails из альбома With Teeth …

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  • 2 Only U — UK CD 1 cover Single by Ashanti from the album Concrete Rose …

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  • 3 only — The position of only is one of the major unresolved topics of discussion in English usage. The upshot is that logical position, i.e. association with the word to which only most closely refers, is not always consistent with naturalness, which… …

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  • 4 only — [ōn′lē] adj. [ME < OE anlic < an,ONE + lic, LY1] 1. alone of its or their kind; by itself or by themselves; sole 2. having no siblings [an only child] 3. alone in its or their superiority; best; finest adv …

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  • 5 Only — On ly, adv. [See {Only}, a.] 1. In one manner or degree; for one purpose alone; simply; merely; barely. [1913 Webster] And to be loved himself, needs only to be known. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. So and no otherwise; no other than; exclusively;… …

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  • 6 Only — may refer to: Only (magazine), a Canadian news and entertainment magazine Only (album), an album by Tommy Emmanuel Only (Anthrax song) Only (Nine Inch Nails song) The Only , a song by Static X Jerry Only (born 1959), American punk rock bassist… …

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  • 7 Only — On ly, a. [OE. only, anly, onlich, AS. [=a]nlic, i.e., onelike. See {One}, {and Like}, a.] 1. One alone; single; as, the only man present; his only occupation. [1913 Webster] 2. Alone in its class; by itself; not associated with others of the… …

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  • 8 only — adj & adv Only, alone are often used interchangeably (though alone is not found in the attributive position), but seldom without a slight change in meaning or emphasis. Only is especially appropriate when restriction to what is specified or… …

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  • 9 only — ► ADVERB 1) and no one or nothing more besides. 2) no longer ago than. 3) not until. 4) with the negative or unfortunate result that. ► ADJECTIVE 1) alone of its or their kind; single or solitary. 2) alone deserving consideration …

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  • 10 only — O.E. ænlic, anlic only, unique, solitary, lit. one like, from an one (see ONE (Cf. one)) + lic ly (see LY (Cf. ly) (1)). Distinction of only and alone (now usually in reference to emotional states) is unusual; in many languages the same …

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  • 11 Only 4 DJ — Only For DJs Only For DJ’s est un magazine culturel crée en Décembre 1995 dédié aux musiques électroniques et aux événements liés aux acteurs de l’industrie de la musique électronique et de la nuit. Les lecteurs se situent dans la tranche d âge… …

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  • 12 Only 4 DJ's — Only For DJs Only For DJ’s est un magazine culturel crée en Décembre 1995 dédié aux musiques électroniques et aux événements liés aux acteurs de l’industrie de la musique électronique et de la nuit. Les lecteurs se situent dans la tranche d âge… …

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  • 13 Only — «Only» Sencillo de Anthrax del álbum Sound of White Noise Publicación 25 de mayo de 1993 Grabación 1992 Género(s) Thrash metal Duración …

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  • 14 only — [adj] singular alone, apart, by oneself, exclusive, individual, isolated, lone, matchless, once in a lifetime, one, one and only, one shot, onliest, particular, peerless, single, sole, solitary, solo, unaccompanied, unequaled, unique,… …

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  • 15 Only — On ly, conj. Save or except (that); an adversative used elliptically with or without that, and properly introducing a single fact or consideration. [1913 Webster] He might have seemed some secretary or clerk . . . only that his low, flat,… …

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  • 16 only — I (no more than) adjective bare, mere, plain, simple II (sole) adjective exclusive, first and last, individual, lone, singular, solitary, unique III (unrepeated) …

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  • 17 only — on|ly [ ounli ] function word *** Only can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: It s only an idea, but I thought we could try it out. She was only 18 when she had her first child. I only hope we can finish this in time. as an adjective… …

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  • 18 only — [[t]o͟ʊnli[/t]] ♦ (In written English, only is usually placed immediately before the word it qualifies. In spoken English, however, you can use stress to indicate what only qualifies, so its position is not so important.) 1) ADV: ADV with group,… …

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  • 19 only — on|ly1 W1S1 [ˈəunli US ˈoun ] adv 1.) not more than a particular number, age etc ▪ Naomi was only 17 when she got married. ▪ There are only a few cars on the island. ▪ It s only eight o clock. 2.) used to say that something or someone is not very …

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  • 20 only — 1 adverb 1 not more than a particular amount, number, age etc: Naomi was only 17 when she got married. | Only five minutes more, and then we can go home. 2 nothing or no one except: Only the president can authorize a nuclear attack. | Get me some …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English