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one-to-one

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˌwʌntəˈwʌn/
used to describe the fact of one thing being worth the same as the second: The old banknotes were exchanged for the new at a one-to-one rate.
( US one-on-one) MEETINGS involving only two people: one-to-one training a one-to-one meeting
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