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once US English

On one occasion or for one time only

once US Thesaurus

I spoke to him only once

at once US English

Immediately

for once US English

On this occasion only, as an exception

once-over US English

A rapid inspection or search

once again US English

One more time

write-once US English

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

all at once US English

Without warning; suddenly

once or twice US English

A few times

once and for all US English

Now and for the last time; finally

once and future US English

Denoting someone or something that is eternal, enduring, or constant

once in a while US English

From time to time; occasionally

once upon a time US English

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

more US English

Again

once in a blue moon US English

Very rarely

once bitten, twice shy US English

An unpleasant experience induces caution

first cousin once removed US English

A child of one’s first cousin

once a ——, always a —— US English

A person cannot change their fundamental nature

at once in once US English

Immediately

second cousin once removed US English

A child of one’s second cousin

I will try anything once US English

Used to indicate willingness to do or experience something new

for once in once US English

On this occasion only, as an exception

once again in once US English

One more time

men in blue US English

Police officers

all at once in once US English

Without warning; suddenly

once and for all in once US English

Now and for the last time; finally

at once in at1 US English

see once.

for once or this once in once US English

On this occasion only, as an exception

at once in once US Thesaurus

you must leave at once

once and future in once US English

Denoting someone or something that is eternal, enduring, or constant

once in a while in once US English

From time to time; occasionally

once upon a time in once US English

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


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