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once British & World English

On one occasion or for one time only

for once British & World English

On this occasion only, as an exception

once-over British & World English

A rapid search or inspection

write-once British & World English

Denoting a memory or storage device, typically an optical one, on which data, once written, cannot be modified

for once in once British & World English

On this occasion only, as an exception

once and for all British & World English

Now and for the last time; finally

once and future British & World English

Denoting someone or something that is eternal or enduring

once in a while British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

once upon a time British & World English

At some time in the past (used as a conventional opening of a story)

once bitten, twice shy British & World English

An unpleasant experience induces caution

first cousin once removed British & World English

A child of one’s first cousin

once a ——, always a —— British & World English

A person cannot change their fundamental nature

once and for all in once British & World English

Now and for the last time; finally

second cousin once removed British & World English

A child of one’s second cousin

I will try anything once British & World English

Used to indicate willingness to do or experience something new

once and future in once British & World English

Denoting someone or something that is eternal or enduring

once in a while in once British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

once upon a time in once British & World English

At some time in the past (used as a conventional opening of a story)

once bitten, twice shy in bite British & World English

An unpleasant experience induces caution

first cousin once removed in cousin British & World English

A child of one’s first cousin

second cousin once removed in cousin British & World English

A child of one’s second cousin

once a ——, always a —— in once British & World English

A person cannot change their fundamental nature

I will try anything once in try British & World English

Used to indicate willingness to do or experience something new

for once or this once in once British & World English

On this occasion only, as an exception

once and for all or once for all in once British & World English

Now and for the last time; finally

I or he etc. will try anything once in try British & World English

Used to indicate willingness to do or experience something new

once English Thesaurus

I saw him only once

once English-Spanish

una vez

once Spanish-English

eleven

ONCE Spanish-English

→ ONCE - Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles

once- English-Spanish

otrora literary/literario

once-off English-Spanish

→ one-off

once-over English-Spanish

to give sth/sb a o the once-over

write-once English-Spanish

escribible una sola vez


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