one-time ADJECTIVE former.

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  • One Time — Single par Justin Bieber extrait de l’album My World Sortie 18 mai 2009 Enregistrement …   Wikipédia en Français

  • one-time — ˈone time also ˈone off adjective [only before a noun] a one time event, payment etc happens once and is not part of a regular series of such events: • Lawyers face a one off tax hit as a result of the tax changes. • The company expects to take a …   Financial and business terms

  • One Time — may refer to: One Time (song), a song by Canadian artist Justin Bieber Rocket Sneaker/One x Time , a song by Japanese artist Ai Otsuka 1Time, a South African airline One timer, an ice hockey shot One time, one times, one time, etc., an American… …   Wikipedia

  • One Time — «One Time» Sencillo de Justin Bieber del álbum My World Publicación 18 de mayo de 2009 Formato Sencillo en CD, descarga digital Grabación 2009; Triangle Sound Studios (Savannah, Georgia) The Boom Boom Room (Burbank, California) …   Wikipedia Español

  • one|time — or one time «WUHN TYM», adjective. 1. of the past; former: »a onetime millionaire; ... the one time home of one of the nation s great amateur scientists (Scientific American). 2. on only one instance; occurring only once: »Police who deal with… …   Useful english dictionary

  • one-time — one ,time adjective used for saying what someone or something was in the past: FORMER: her one time partner the one time Communist party leader …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • one-time — one′ time or one′time adj. 1) having been as specified at one time; former 2) cvb occurring, done, etc., only once …   From formal English to slang

  • one-time — adj [only before noun] former ▪ Neil McMurtry, a one time bus driver, is the lead singer …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • one-time — [wun′tīm΄] adj. 1. at some past time; former 2. done, occurring, etc. only once: Also, esp. for sense 1, onetime …   English World dictionary

  • one-time — index late (defunct), previous Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary