one-time
Adjective

one-time

  1. (UK) Of or pertaining to a specific time in the past.
    He was the one-time president of the club.
  2. (UK) Occurring on only one occasion.
    He was an eloquent speaker, and his slip of the tongue was a one-time error.
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one-time (one-times, present participle one-timing; past and past participle one-timed)

  1. (soccer, ice hockey) To shoot (the ball or puck) directly from a teammate's pass.
Related terms Noun

one-time (uncountable)

  1. (US, slang) The police.



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