un, hunununchi, chwi
Noun(1) the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number(2) a single person or thing
Adjective(1) used of a single unit or thing; not two or more(2) having the indivisible character of a unit(3) of the same kind or quality(4) (informal(5) indefinite in time or position(6) being a single entity made by combining separate components(7) eminent beyond or above comparison
(1) All that's left now is to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and let's hope it's a white one !(2) The drama follows the efforts of one Mrs Bennet to marry off her three daughters without any regard for the matter of true love in any such alliances.(3) there's only one way to describe it(4) By one in the morning everything was quiet again and we went back to bed.(5) Your photo of Susan Brookes of whom very few have heard, proclaimed her to be such a one .(6) It also has four primary schools and one high school, meaning good pupil to teacher ratios.(7) In other contexts sacrificing oneself for one 's family would be considered good.(8) We grabbed a drink at the bar before sitting at one of the lounge seats close to the entrance.(9) She had three rings on her right hand, all white metal, two with stones and one with a Celtic type band.(10) Suddenly these bacteria started swimming all in one direction across the microscope slide and he wondered what they were responding to.(11) in year one(12) one of his horses is sick(13) It is important to remember that all members of the team must be from the one club.(14) Oh you are a one - you've got me talking about my body already, and we hardly know each other!(15) that's one of them(16) He appears not to have slept and is twitching slightly at one corner of his mouth.
(1) no one :: neb
(2) one more time :: unwaith eto
(3) one day :: un diwrnod
(4) which one :: pa un
(5) one hundred :: cant
(6) only one :: Dim ond un
(7) one more :: un yn fwy
(8) this one :: yr un yma
1. unitary ::
3. nonpareil ::
5. unit ::
6. a single ::
7. only ::
8. united ::
9. some ::
one, oneal, oneness, ones
Word Example from TV Shows
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EveryONE's got ONE from somebody,
big or little.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 2
Why, am I about to hear ONE?
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3
When God writes ONE,
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 24
-I know, but really, I can’t...
-A quicky ONE.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 12
But, uh, when I was in high school,
ONE of my friends heard...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 1
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