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one moment (or just a moment)

Definition of one moment or just a moment in English:

A request for someone to wait for a short period of time: ‘One moment, please, while I check the bookings,’ the waiter said
More example sentences
  • Excuse me one moment but am I right in thinking that there are at least two unemployed people in the UK?
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