Definition of oner in English:

oner

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Pronunciation: /ˈwʌnə
 
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noun

British informal
1Something denoted or characterized by the number one: I did the last drink in a oner
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  • This is obviously due in part to the hiring of the experienced Vilmos Zsigmond as his cinematographer this time, who gives the scenes a depth we haven't really seen before (not everything is done in a oner).
  • By selling the old car park behind the East Stand at Easter Road - in the over-heating land market worth far more than the £10m that has been quoted - they could practically clear their debts in a oner.
  • The raw egg is full of cysteine which helps the body break down the free radicals which build up in the liver and it's best to swallow it in a oner.
1.1One pound or one hundred pounds sterling: to reclaim my car is gonna cost a oner
2 archaic A remarkable person or thing.
More example sentences
  • So that makes him a… oner, instead of a twoer, or a threeer.

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