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one-time

Pronunciation: /ˈwʌntaɪm/

Translation of one-time in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1 (former) [politician/film star] antiguo the one-time world champion el que fuera campeón del mundo
    Example sentences
    • The one-time Rangers youth player rose well to meet Sheridan's corner from the right, but his effort came back off the bar.
    • The former Manchester vicar and one-time Eton chaplain has consistently declined to comment on the allegations against him.
    • United and City legend Denis, a one-time European Footballer of the Year, had surgery just over a year ago for prostate cancer.
  • 2 (happening once) [event/experience/fee] único
    Example sentences
    • Efforts to streamline the tax structure by means of a single tax system and one-time payment are a welcome move.
    • Finally, after speaking to her manager she was able to get approval to make a one-time charge.
    • The problem is that GAAP includes a lot of noncash charges and one-time expenses.

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