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one-use

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Definition of one-use in English:

adjective

Denoting or relating to a product that is intended to be discarded after being used once; disposable: dry the gloved hands with a one-use towel
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  • Recent campaigns and policies have focused on reducing the number of one-use plastic bags at checkout lines.
  • A one-use barcode is generated for the store to scan; if that doesn't work, a passcode is also created to type into tills.
  • Specifically intended for one-use ramming, the design of this aircraft was undertaken by famed oddball of German aviation Walter Wundes of Gotha.

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