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one–to–one

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adjective \ˌwən-tə-ˈwən, -də-\

Simple Definition of one–to–one

  • : involving two people who are dealing with each other directly

  • : perfectly matching one thing in a group to another thing in another group

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of one–to–one

  1. 1 :  pairing each element of a set uniquely with an element of another set

  2. 2 :  one-on-one 2

1873

First Known Use of one–to–one

1873

Rhymes with one–to–one

Acheron, Algonquin, allemande, all-or-none, Balzacian, give the gun, hit-and-run, jump the gun, machine-gun, machine gun, megaton, midnight sun, one-on-one, on the run, overrun, pellet gun, radar gun, ride shotgun, riot gun, run-and-gun, Sally Lunn, scattergun, smoking gun, tommy gun, twenty-one, underdone, underrun, water gun


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