won vs one

won one

Definitions

  • 1) The currency of Korea, making 100 jun in North Korea and 100 jeon in South Korea.
  • 2) obsolete Dwelling; wone.
  • 3) the basic unit of money in South Korea
  • 4) the basic unit of money in North Korea
  • 5) A place of resort.
  • 6) Manner; way.
  • 7) Custom; habit.
  • 8) Preterit and past participle of win.
  • 9) A dwelling; habitation.
  • 10) not subject to defeat
  • 11) archaic or obsolete, regional be accustomed to do something.
  • 12) archaic or obsolete, regional live, remain.
  • 13) Simple past tense and past participle of win.
  • 14) imp.&p.p.ofwin.
  • 15) Anoldspellingofwan.
  • 16) Todwell;abide.
  • 17) To dwell or abide.
  • 18) Obs. or Scot. To dwell or abide.

Definitions

  • 1) A one-dollar bill.
  • 2) The cardinal number, represented by the symbol 1, designating the first unit in a series.
  • 3) A single person or thing; a unit.
  • 4) The first whole number, consisting of a single unit; unity.
  • 5) The same.
  • 6) The symbol representing one or unity (1, I, or i).
  • 7) Being a single entity, unit, object, or living being.
  • 8) Informal Used as an intensive.
  • 9) Of the same kind or quality.
  • 10) Occurring or existing as something indefinite, as in time or position.
  • 11) Occurring or existing as something particular but unspecified, as in time past.
  • 12) Forming a single entity of two or more components.
  • 13) Characterized by unity; undivided.
  • 14) Being the only individual of a specified or implied kind.
  • 15) Being a single thing in contrast with or relation to another or others of its kind.
  • 16) Being a single member or element of a group, category, or kind.
  • 17) Closely bound together; undivided; united; constituting a whole.
  • 18) Single in kind; the same; a common.
  • 19) obsolete Single; unmarried.
  • 20) Being a single unit, or entire being or thing, and no more; not multifold; single; individual.
  • 21) Denoting a person or thing conceived or spoken of indefinitely; a certain. “I am the sister of one Claudio” [Shak.], that is, of a certain man named Claudio.
  • 22) Pointing out a contrast, or denoting a particular thing or person different from some other specified; -- used as a correlative , with or without the.
  • 23) Alone;only.
  • 24) Single;unmarried.
  • 25) obsolete To cause to become one; to gather into a single whole; to unite; to assimilite.
  • 26) (one by one) Individually in succession.
  • 27) (one and all) Everyone.
  • 28) (at one) In accord or unity.
  • 29) An indefinitely specified individual.
  • 30) An unspecified individual; anyone.

Examples

  • 1) The right to do so was hard won.
  • 2) None has won won more than three points in a match.
  • 3) The glittering career that now lay in ruins had been hard won.
  • 4) It is a liberty that was hard won through history and always has to be defended.
  • 5) His shared parenting arrangement was hard won.
  • 6) His first car was hard won and as squat and square as himself.
  • 7) Export success will be hard won in this environment.
  • 8) But it turns out that these crucial few minutes are hard won.
  • 9) Any hope he finds is hard won.
  • 10) The match was as good as won: but come on.
  • 11) Three long years have passed since Arsenal last won something.
  • 12) Instead, he entered the wrestling competition and won gold.
  • 13) The Ashes were as good as won.
  • 14) Then the stable won three of the last ten races, normal service resumed.
  • 15) Amazingly, he ran 16 times last season and won five.
  • 16) The Swiss won gold in the doubles in 2008 and wants singles glory this time around.
  • 17) Three goals ahead after 37 minutes, the game was as good as won.
  • 18) We've played six one-dayers this summer and won three.
  • 19) In 2006 in Melbourne he competed in the scratch race and won gold.
  • 20) No good - West won and could exit safely with his second club.
  • 21) The German won three out of four races last season when the championship swung back to Europe.
  • 22) Given that a Jamaican won gold anyway, that was unlikely to happen.
  • 23) This five-year-old won twice from three runs over hurdles in France but was bought to be a chaser.
  • 24) Five years have passed since Arsenal last won anything and this isn't the reason the fans purchase the most expensive season tickets in the league.

Examples

  • 1) We really love one another and the worry is making her ill.
  • 2) To trick people into voting one way or another is a kind of theft.
  • 3) My number one tipple over the holidays is mulled wine.
  • 4) It was something one should not have said.
  • 5) There are lots of very different ones.
  • 6) This puts us in a peer group of one.
  • 7) They had at least one thing in common.
  • 8) This is hard work, playing three games in one day is tough.
  • 9) That means he was given top grades in both subjects at one of the world's most famous seats of learning.
  • 10) Keep time to lavish on loved ones.
  • 11) They are probably not the ones people want to see.
  • 12) It spent four weeks at number one.
  • 13) They dig for two days and one night without stopping.
  • 14) Say the number one in your mind.
  • 15) You throw something one way and you are pushed the other way.
  • 16) The referendum is the one subject about which he is deadly serious.
  • 17) We used one of the conference rooms and my husband accompanied me.
  • 18) one is enthusiasm and the other is commitment to the aims of the group.
  • 19) Two sets of benefits will be paid for one person out of work.
  • 20) The winner is one of those three.
  • 21) Turkey and crackling is a new one on me.
  • 22) This indicator leads the business cycle by one year.
  • 23) The nature of it was very different to this one.
  • 24) It may only have been the observations of one particular game but it set me wondering.
  • 25) The chance to work on one is the kind of offer that a writer cannot refuse.
  • 26) This looks like one arm of a moat around a medieval house on the site.
  • 27) She only has the one car at the moment.
  • 28) Be warned..one of the lead characters I assume he is one of the main characters is a half-elf named Cage Stone.
  • 29) In one of the monthly support groups I run, one* of the stepmothers shared that she, her husband and 21 year old stepdaughter went to a family therapist for help.
  • 30) It makes me laugh to think about Trijang Rinpoche scurrying to collect his offerings, saying to his attendant, �put this one away�and this one�and this one�.
  • 31) After his remark, like after one of Cedarford's occasional anti-semitic screeds, *every single one* of Althouse's commenters without exception that bothers to respond to or comment on them, criticizes & repudiates them in disgust.
  • 32) There's nothing anyone can do to change the fact that she was a victim then, but there's no reason why she should be forced to be one now, only for Polanski to be punished for *one* crime he committed 30 years ago that in all likelihood he has no inclination or opportunity to repeat.
  • 33) I would like to read one book about modern birds...*just one*...where conservation is not a looming, overzealous theme.
  • 34) Over lunch one of the men that was sitting at the table began to talk about Bernie Maddoff and how he has a \ "big one\" coming to him.
  • 35) ‘We need families to open their hearts and to accept a child into the warmth of their family life for one month a year.’
  • 36) ‘We had to wait in line for one hour, and it was another hour before we got our food.’
  • 37) ‘The garden is enclosed with shrubs and has parking room for one car at the rear.’
  • 38) ‘Add the remaining ingredients, put a lid on the wok, and cook on high heat for one minute.’
  • 39) ‘So the young people are asked to do a course for one day, well in advance of their marriage.’
  • 40) ‘A mother of four who caused a road crash which left a cyclist dead has been banned from driving for one year.’
  • 41) ‘It also has four primary schools and one high school, meaning good pupil to teacher ratios.’
  • 42) ‘It is also going to get rid of the 20 minute bays and make them available for one and two hour parking.’
  • 43) ‘The attack had a devastating effect on her life and she did not go out socialising again in the city for one and a half years.’
  • 44) ‘I made good friends there and for one whole year we went out on the town after every class.’
  • 45) ‘Applicants with one or more years of university study were selected on the basis of their previous university performance.’
  • 46) ‘If you're caffeine-sensitive, you may want to choose your tea based on the caffeine content in one cup.’
  • 47) ‘Hathaway executed a will leaving each child one dollar and the remainder of his estate to his wife.’
  • 48) ‘Instead of putting one pair of socks on, try putting on two.’
  • 49) ‘In 1952 there were over one million people involved in agriculture.’
  • 50) ‘In the original wards there were six four-bed bays and six one-bed bays with lavatories at each end of the ward.’
  • 51) ‘Crimes and offences involving drugs in Orkney have more than doubled over a one year period.’
  • 52) ‘Smith, who appeared in the dock of courtroom one, spoke only to confirm his name.’
  • 53) ‘Place all the ingredients in a blender and whizz for approximately one minute until smooth.’
  • 54) ‘The antenna will protrude one metre from the barn roof and be one inch thick.’
  • 55) ‘She has already lost more than one stone after plenty of walking and changing her diet.’
  • 56) ‘Organising on the job was difficult as it involved chasing up members in ones and twos and having to go back to the job if a member was off sick.’
  • 57) ‘You may bid by ones until you reach 60; bids above 60 must be multiples of 5 (65, 70, 75 etc.).’
  • 58) ‘Many of us tend to buy products in just ones or twos.’
  • 59) ‘When asked for comment the wholesaler said that their price for a single pen was high because they didn't want to sell them by ones.’
  • 60) ‘He mostly takes people out in groups of ones and twos, and normally it's in a wide-open space.’
  • 61) ‘More of the speakers admit openly that drug smuggling was their one chance at something better.’
  • 62) ‘But now she is heading back to Oz and we met up for one last lunch to say our goodbyes.’
  • 63) ‘But in the end he lacked the sagacity or the low cunning to do the one thing necessary.’
  • 64) ‘She's the one woman who can beat him at his own game of sexual one-upmanship.’
  • 65) ‘The one truth about this career, like many others, is that initially you have to do the legwork.’
  • 66) ‘The one thing about living in a block of flats is not having to worry about the roof leaking.’
  • 67) ‘To top it all off, Chelsea then field a team with not one English player in its original line up.’
  • 68) ‘If I spend one night away from him I feel as if my right arm has been chopped off.’
  • 69) ‘Limiting the field to one particular sanctuary would seem to be a promising alternative.’
  • 70) ‘The variety of style is probably too wide for one person's taste, but the quality remains high.’
  • 71) ‘Balwyn had possession from the end ball and there was time enough for one final shot.’
  • 72) ‘How is it possible for one person to get so much sleep and still feel tired?’
  • 73) ‘The one certainty about his retirement is that he intends to make a clean break from the sport.’
  • 74) ‘We only had one realistic offer since then and that was before Sandra was on the list.’
  • 75) ‘Having led a sheltered sort of life, I've only ever been out for one business lunch.’
  • 76) ‘So I struggled gamely on, feeling the shakes kicking in all over, the one thought in my mind ‘home!’’
  • 77) ‘On the late shift this will cause a lot of problems, there is too much work for one person to do.’
  • 78) ‘What is it that makes you decide that one person sounds more attractive than another?’
  • 79) ‘There was only one small problem - Cole had no money and no idea how to start his own business.’
  • 80) ‘I don't think there's one nursing home in York that can get to normal staffing levels.’
  • 81) ‘It is also not possible for one spouse to sell the marital home from underneath the other.’
  • 82) ‘one city in Alaska has 17 different air carriers.’
  • 83) ‘The money was spent on posters for one of the wards and pain-relieving equipment.’
  • 84) ‘Instead, a temporary wall was put up at one end and a prefab hut was drafted in as church hall.’
  • 85) ‘So one day, after she begged me, I took her to meet the band at one of their rehearsals.’
  • 86) ‘Look at one person, sing a syllable for a long time until the breath has gone, then move to the next.’
  • 87) ‘We grabbed a drink at the bar before sitting at one of the lounge seats close to the entrance.’
  • 88) ‘Applying for one of these cards makes a great deal of sense, even if you don't need to borrow.’
  • 89) ‘You get one guy at one end of the room, another guy at the other end, get the audience in the middle and just go.’
  • 90) ‘Often you stop to watch one thing and another mini-drama crops up.’
  • 91) ‘We will know more in a month but so far, the scientists are guessing the odds at one in a million.’
  • 92) ‘His bike hit the pillar at one side of the entrance to the driveway and the pillar just collapsed on him.’
  • 93) ‘Lack of investment, according to one former employee, has been going on for many years.’
  • 94) ‘Either way, I felt that this was one important element of festival life that was lacking.’
  • 95) ‘Keighley captained the Second XI for a while and was also in charge of the first team for one match.’
  • 96) ‘He appears not to have slept and is twitching slightly at one corner of his mouth.’
  • 97) ‘More often than not, the bands we go to see in Manchester tend to be at one of the University venues.’
  • 98) ‘Hop on at Queen's pier and sail out for a few beers or supper at one of the waterfront restaurants.’
  • 99) ‘Even costly fuel has not stemmed the tide, and one new car in three is now diesel-powered.’
  • 100) ‘He was buried from the family house in Oban, which is at one end of town, beyond the station.’
  • 101) ‘Police were today also examining two computers, one seized from each of the girl's houses.’
  • 102) ‘Lil had one hand over her mouth and was sporadically clenching her eyes shut.’
  • 103) ‘It may even be possible that there were at one time plans for a spire, probably of timber.’
  • 104) ‘I woke up early one morning, feeling quite sick.’
  • 105) ‘He looked pale and yawned several times, at one point cradling his head in his hands.’
  • 106) ‘A remarkable story of someone who at one stage was not given much chance of living.’
  • 107) ‘I puzzled over how best to build a box for her collection, and the idea finally came to me around 3 a.m. one night.’
  • 108) ‘He had friends of both sexes and at one time appeared to have a close woman friend.’
  • 109) ‘He was at one time head of the private office of former Labour leader Neil Kinnock.’
  • 110) ‘He was more than just a musician - and he was the best clarinettist in the world at one time.’
  • 111) ‘Last year we had Broughton Road shut at one time or another for most of the year.’
  • 112) ‘On returning to his hotel one evening, he spied a cluster of moths fluttering about the shrub's small, yellow flowers.’
  • 113) ‘Since then he has had three heart bypasses and at one point was so sick he was given the last rites.’
  • 114) ‘He loved to talk to youngsters and at one stage he even asked me for a reference to get into church work.’
  • 115) ‘There were also hopes at one stage that it might be used as part of the Imperial War Museum.’
  • 116) ‘We're thinking we might make our way to the sale on the other side of Guildford one weekend soon.’
  • 117) ‘His first victim was seized on the canal bank at Firgrove one June morning as she walked to work.’
  • 118) ‘He told us of one summer, when a couple of older boys dropped by to visit his older brother.’
  • 119) ‘The first car to be registered in York belonged to one Mr Edwin Gray of Gray's Court, York.’
  • 120) ‘The drama follows the efforts of one Mrs Bennet to marry off her three daughters without any regard for the matter of true love in any such alliances.’
  • 121) ‘The hotel has a new man at the helm in the kitchens, one John Hogg from Scotland.’
  • 122) ‘You may have guessed by now that the striker I am referring to is one Dean Ashton.’
  • 123) ‘As it is, well, they're one hell of a cult band.’
  • 124) ‘She's one amazing gal.’
  • 125) ‘It's gonna be one big party!’
  • 126) ‘This is one fine looking and sounding DVD.’
  • 127) ‘I started the work at half ten on Sunday night and finished at one on Monday morning.’
  • 128) ‘By one in the morning everything was quiet again and we went back to bed.’
  • 129) ‘At half past one on a weekday the restaurant was less than half full.’
  • 130) ‘He looked at the clock: one forty.’
  • 131) ‘Suddenly these bacteria started swimming all in one direction across the microscope slide and he wondered what they were responding to.’
  • 132) ‘I don't think I've ever seen so many golf buggies parked together in one place in my life!’
  • 133) ‘Next year all goods will be taxed at the one rate of 15 percent.’
  • 134) ‘Soon it will be the one color all the other leaves have become, so it is grabbing my attention in a different way.’
  • 135) ‘It is also very rare for a school to produce four medal winners at one competition.’
  • 136) ‘You know those occasions when you are compelled to listen to one song over and over and over again?’
  • 137) ‘It is important to remember that all members of the team must be from the one club.’
  • 138) ‘Two stories and two teenagers are linked by one event in this affecting story about the need to be loved.’
  • 139) ‘The reality is that teenagers are not one big group of people who all think and act the same.’
  • 140) ‘Pretending that inequality and poverty are one and the same must be a bit of a downer.’
  • 141) ‘And did you hear about the one about the drunk bear, walked into a bar?’
  • 142) ‘Ah, Jesus, that's a good one. Is it joking you are?’
  • 143) ‘‘Hey Terry, you only just got here and you've already had one too many’ he said, placing our drinks on a bench.’
  • 144) ‘I'm off to the bar for a quick one.’
  • 145) ‘I'll be in the bar at 12.30 if anyone fancies one.’
  • 146) ‘You think only Bella one can go to America.’
  • 147) ‘Anansi wanted the pig to eat an' he wanted to eat him one.’
  • 148) ‘I still have a jersey from 1995 but it's not that white anymore and it was time to get a new one.’
  • 149) ‘The men all had Irish accents and one was referred to Jon Jon.’
  • 150) ‘She knew she had the face of a teenager, and always hated being referred to as one.’
  • 151) ‘Three commercial purchasers were identified and one was ready to conclude the sale.’
  • 152) ‘However, branching out on your own can be a huge step to take, not to mention a risky one too.’
  • 153) ‘Police said it is not yet possible to say whether the incident was linked to the previous ones.’
  • 154) ‘Even his jokes are the same ones he was telling when he set off on the campaign trail months ago.’
  • 155) ‘In the end, she found another apartment, at more than double the rent of her previous one.’
  • 156) ‘Can you manage to stack things into a bag so that the most fragile items are on the bottom, and the heavy ones are on the top?’
  • 157) ‘It was a decision I had to make for myself and my family, but it wasn't one that I made easily.’
  • 158) ‘These are all rather fetching names, though few of them are ones it would have occurred to me to choose.’
  • 159) ‘The standard of care to be expected of a GP who is on the obstetric list is thus different from one who is not.’
  • 160) ‘As a result my time was not as quick as the one I had previously achieved this morning.’
  • 161) ‘He pauses to pour himself another glass of white wine, but not before offering me one.’
  • 162) ‘All that's left now is to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and let's hope it's a white one!’
  • 163) ‘This is a controversial point and one that foreign governments certainly overlook.’
  • 164) ‘So how do you turn that feeling as the bank statement drops on your doormat from one of dread to joy?’
  • 165) ‘This was not really an issue of black and white but one of perceived notions of right and wrong.’
  • 166) ‘You can easily tell the new scenes from the old ones, even if you've never seen the films before.’
  • 167) ‘She had three rings on her right hand, all white metal, two with stones and one with a Celtic type band.’
  • 168) ‘one feels for police who have to inform families that one of their loved ones has just been killed.’
  • 169) ‘He's not one for making a fuss.’
  • 170) ‘She's the one who broke all my equipment.’
  • 171) ‘I'm not one for exercise videos, exercise equipment, etc.’
  • 172) ‘I really don't know where all the good looking ones are.’
  • 173) ‘Younger ones are likely to be satisfied with a simple answer to questions.’
  • 174) ‘Thank you again, for the safe return of my dearest little ones.’
  • 175) ‘Frank was never one to act superior to the younger poets who were coming along.’
  • 176) ‘A recognition of others as being your dearest ones need not be confined to recognizing them as mothers alone.’
  • 177) ‘They had to learn that she was not one to be trifled with.’
  • 178) ‘It probably won't win them new fans but should satisfy old ones and entice back some who gave up on the band.’
  • 179) ‘To go in the draw to win, all you have to do is write in and tell us why you should be one of the lucky ones to win a double pass.’
  • 180) ‘The lucky ones who do get permission have the Immigration and Naturalization Service to thank.’
  • 181) ‘Some people create new holiday traditions or ways of honoring loved ones who have died.’
  • 182) ‘All I really know is that the good ones are always the ones who go before their time.’
  • 183) ‘How could we have thought that we would be the lucky ones?’
  • 184) ‘There are many heartbreaking narratives from families whose loved ones have died of mental illnesses.’
  • 185) ‘We tend to forget that the victim may as well have been one of our loved ones or even us.’
  • 186) ‘Be thankful it is not one of your loved ones that have met their fate in this way.’
  • 187) ‘He's always the one who keeps the conversation going.’
  • 188) ‘Your photo of Susan Brookes of whom very few have heard, proclaimed her to be such a one.’
  • 189) ‘Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth.’
  • 190) ‘Oh you are a one - you've got me talking about my body already, and we hardly know each other!’
  • 191) ‘She has been described as one in a million because she steadfastly refused to be beaten by cancer.’
  • 192) ‘It is in the context of such fears that choosing the sex of one's children must seem tempting.’
  • 193) ‘What is one to make, for example, of the way he is said to have behaved?’
  • 194) ‘Was this before, or after an encounter with Mr Knight, one is compelled to ask?’
  • 195) ‘It is impossible not to know what the powers are, if one bothers to read the white paper.’
  • 196) ‘It is one thing to assert one's good intentions, but another entirely to act upon them.’
  • 197) ‘The way one moves forward philosophically is by looking backwards in a fresh manner.’
  • 198) ‘For example, proximity to one's home and community may act as a spur to some to fight harder.’
  • 199) ‘On the press, Joe Ashton is scathing and one must feel sympathy for what he says.’
  • 200) ‘In fact, one might wonder whether the photograph in such a situation can be of any use to a researcher at all.’
  • 201) ‘The second year after planting, one can expect to harvest about 1,000 lb per acre.’
  • 202) ‘So one might worry that moral transformation might involve loss of this natural good.’
  • 203) ‘Must one now assume that empty bins do not represent an obstruction nor a serious safety hazard?’
  • 204) ‘one should never underestimate the unnatural things that food companies will do to natural foods.’
  • 205) ‘If that's how he intends to treat his new boss, one must fear for the players he has inherited.’
  • 206) ‘Secondly, the public health community generally believes that one must do no harm.’
  • 207) ‘They are paintings so characteristic that one must think them very beautiful or else not at all so.’
  • 208) ‘Such questions rest on premises that must be clarified before one can attempt answers.’
  • 209) ‘To answer this, one must look at the heritage from which this trend has arisen.’
  • 210) ‘Some have been so bad that one imagines the umpires must have taken him to be left-handed.’
  • 211) ‘Still, one does have to praise the DVD for its sound and vision.’
  • 212) ‘In other contexts sacrificing oneself for one's family would be considered good.’
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