one-timer

noun
one-tim·er | \ ˈwən-ˌtī-mər \

Definition of one-timer 

: a shot (as in hockey or soccer) that is made by immediately striking a moving puck or ball (as when receiving a pass from a teammate) without first stopping and controlling it

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one-time \ˈwən-ˌtīm \ transitive verb one-timed; one-timing
Paul Keegan made a steal on the right and cut the ball back, and Rocha one-timed a 16-yard blast into the roof of the net. —Frank Dell'Apa

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1984, in the meaning defined above

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