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one–off

adjective \ˌwən-ˈf\

: done or happening only once

Full Definition of ONE-OFF

1
:  limited to a single time, occasion, or instance :  one-shot <one–off gigs>
2
:  singular, unique <a one–off design>
one–off noun

First Known Use of ONE-OFF

1934

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