one-off
Adjective

one-off

  1. Occurring once, one-time, independent of any pattern.
    The government insisted that the embarrassing loss of the tax records was a one-off event.
    Seeing Halley's Comet is a one-off, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
  2. Singular; unique; special; remarkable.
Synonyms Translations Noun

one-off

  1. (idiomatic) 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.
  2. Something unique and remarkable.
    It is a one-off; there is nothing else like it.



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