onenumber, determineruk /wʌn/ us /wʌn/
one number, determiner (NUMBER)
- Trouble broke out in the match when one of the players called a member of the other team a cheat.
- They've got two adopted children and one of their own.
- He is one of the top chefs in Britain.
- When one engine stopped, we had to turn round and fly home.
- Would you run your idea by me one more time?
- Four parcels came this morning, but only one was for Mark.
- Paint one side, leave it to dry, and then paint the other.
- He can't tell one wine from another, so don't give him any of the expensive stuff.
one number, determiner (MEMBER)
one number, determiner (FUTURE TIME)
one number, determiner (PARTICULAR OCCASION)
- At one point Seeger fell afoul of the US government for his antiwar actions.
- He managed to eke out a living one summer by selling drinks on a beach.
- They met in Paris one enchanted afternoon in early autumn.
- I suspected he wasn't telling me the truth, and one day I caught him out when I found some letters he'd written.
- We met one day last year when we got talking in a bar.
one number, determiner (SINGLE)
one number, determiner (ONLY)
one number, determiner (UNKNOWN PERSON)
onepronounuk /wʌn/ us /wʌn/
one pronoun (ONE THING/PERSON)
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one pronoun (COMPARISON)
- During the night, he had rolled from one side of the bed to the other.
- The two cultures were so utterly disparate that she found it hard to adapt from one to the other.
- If I have to listen to something I don't understand, it just goes in one ear and out the other.
- The two sisters are so similar that it's almost impossible to tell one from the other.
- This film begins where the other one leaves off.
one pronoun (ANY PERSON)
- One's primary responsibility is to the legal system.
- One must not assume from this that the defendant is guilty.
- I wondered whether there might, after all, be some truth in the old chestnut that one's school days are the happiest of one's life.
- Yoga is said to restore one's inner equilibrium.
- Spending time with one's family is never an unalloyed pleasure.
one pronoun (I/ME)