Definitions for one-off
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a happening that occurs only once and is not repeated
Something that is done, created, etc. only once, and often quickly, simply, or improvisationally.
I'll put together a quick one-off as a sample so we can taste the recipe.
Occurring once; one-time.
The government insisted that the embarrassing loss of the tax records was a one-off event.
Origin: Probably from foundry work, for which making reusable molds is expensive and expediency the rule for molds not to be reused.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I didn't think they'd be able to pull this one off because of how heavy it gets. I am pleased that I was wrong.
This (weekend's fight) is a one-off, if anyone is thinking that this is going to turn the sport around, it isn't going to happen.
This cannot be a one-off, the U.S. navy will have to conduct these kinds of patrols on a regular basis to reinforce their message.
There is no obvious fundamental economic factor that would contribute to today's number, we are disposed to view this decline as a one-off.
You are one-off i.e. you are a unique/remarkable person. Yes! that's just who you are. Thus, you've got to think, speak, act and live uniquely/remarkably.
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