: providing or offering a comprehensive range of goods or services at one location
also : provided or offered at such a location
one-stop shopping

Examples of one-stop in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Other carriers that offer good one-stop connectivity from the U.S. are Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Turkish Airlines. Leora Rothschild, Travel + Leisure, 12 June 2024 June 7, 2024 5 AM PT Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options SAN DIEGO — San Diego’s one-stop shop for domestic violence victims has outgrown its downtown headquarters and needs a larger spot to accommodate additional expansion plans and new social service partnerships. David Garrick, San Diego Union-Tribune, 7 June 2024 The unanimous vote by county commissioners would convert a 1974 office complex originally built for Florida Power and Light into the new West Dade Government Center, a one-stop hub to get permitting paperwork approved. Douglas Hanks, Miami Herald, 4 June 2024 For a one-stop food crawl, Mekong Plaza is the ultimate destination, with the largest selection of Chinese, Vietnamese, Filipino and Taiwanese restaurants under one roof. Jill Cassidy, The Arizona Republic, 21 May 2024 In response to the demand Amazon, which is a one-stop shop for everything from summer fashion staples to quality cleaning tools, has gotten in on the action. Toni Sutton, Peoplemag, 1 June 2024 The new feature feels like a one-stop shop for making a school report since Perplexity does the research and writing for you. Emilia David, The Verge, 30 May 2024 Rather, it’s designed to provide an additional option and serve as a one-stop shop for workers seeking help or resources. Samantha Masunaga, Los Angeles Times, 23 May 2024 The city has set up a one-stop place to find resources and activities for kids called Summer in Cincy at www.cincinnati-oh.gov/summerincincy. Cameron Knight, The Enquirer, 21 May 2024

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Word History

First Known Use

1933, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of one-stop was in 1933

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“One-stop.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/one-stop. Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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