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one–on–one

adjective or adverb \ˌwən-n-ˈwən, ˌwən-än-\

: involving two people who are dealing with or competing against each other directly

Full Definition of ONE-ON-ONE

1
:  playing directly against a single opposing player
2
:  involving a direct encounter between one person and another

First Known Use of ONE-ON-ONE

1967

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