Translation of one-man in Spanish:

one-man

Pronunciation: /ˈwʌnmæn/

adj

  • (before noun/delante del nombre) [business] unipersonal; [operation] dirigido por una sola persona she's a one-man woman es mujer de un solo hombre
    More example sentences
    • Why else would a bus stop be built out other than to stop traffic flow while it piles up behind the buses, which are one-man operated?
    • What was once a one-man operation now has four employees and several sub-contractors.
    • He was a one-man operation and so it was easier for him to evade scrutiny.

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