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one-on-one

Syllabification: one-on-one
(also chiefly British one-to-one)

Definition of one-on-one in English:

noun

informal
A face-to-face encounter.
Example sentences
  • You have to feel for them: a couple of beers, then suddenly they're facing down a series of exuberantly delivered one-to-ones with some of the most sinister and surreal comic creations this side of The League Of Gentlemen.
  • Good grief, there are Scottish sportsmen and women who don't do one-to-ones.
  • Most of my day is then spent in meetings - board, audit or one-to-ones with senior executives.

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