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one

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[wʌn] [wʌn]

num.(数字)一;一个;(基数)一,第一

n.一个人;一点钟;一体;独一

pron.一个人;任何人;本人,人家;东西

adj.某一个的;一体的;一方的

常用短语

  1. one of

    其中之一,之一

  2. in one

    adv. 成为一体,[口]只试一次

  3. at one

    一致地

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场景例句

  1. One more, please!

    请再来一个!

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  2. No one was at home.

    没有人在家。

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  3. One tries one's best.

    一个人尽其所能。

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近义词

同义词辨析

  • it 同一物体,

    one 同类不同一 I lost my pen. I have to buy a new one.

    词根: -one-
  1. only [ˈoʊnli] adj. 唯一的;仅有的;最好的,最适当的 adv. 只,仅仅;结果却,不料 conj. 但是,可是;要不是

    only: one 一 + -ly 形容词后缀 → 唯一的,仅有的

  2. lone [loʊn] adj. 孤单的;孤独的;人迹稀少的;孤寂的

    lone: 缩写自 alone, 即 all one,单独的 → 引申词义孤独的

  3. alone [əˈloʊn] adj. 独自的;单独的;单干的;孤独的;仅仅的;唯一的 adv. 独自地;单独地;单干地;只,仅仅;仅仅……就;独力地

    alone: al-全部,完全 + one 一个人 → 完全一个人 → 独自的,单独的

  4. one [wʌn] num. (数字)一;一个;(基数)一,第一 n. 一个人;一点钟;一体;独一 pron. 一个人;任何人;本人,人家;东西 adj. 某一个的;一体的;一方的

    one: -one-一 → 一个

单词家谱

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one 一

来源于拉丁语unus(即“一”的意思)。同出此源的有unity(统一),union(联合),unanimous(一致的)等。

one 一

来自古英语an,来自Proto-Germanic*ainaz,来自PIE*aino,一,词源同an,inch,unit.

one 一,一个;第一

-uni-单一 → one

one (adj., pron., n.)

"being but a single unit or individual; being a single person, thing, etc. of the class mentioned;" as a pronoun, "a single person or thing, an individual, somebody;" as a noun, "the first or lowest of the cardinal numerals; single in kind, the same; the first whole number, consisting of a single unit; unity; the symbol representing one or unity;" c. 1200, from Old English an (adjective, pronoun, noun) "one," from Proto-Germanic *ainaz (source also of Old Norse einn, Danish een, Old Frisian an, Dutch een, German ein, Gothic ains), from PIE root *oi-no- "one, unique."

Originally pronounced as it still is in only, atone, alone, and in dialectal good 'un, young 'un, etc.; the now-standard pronunciation "wun" began c. 14c. in southwest and west England (Tyndale, a Gloucester man, spells it won in his Bible translation), and it began to be general 18c. Its use as indefinite pronoun was influenced by unrelated French on and Latin homo.

Before the name of a person, indicating "hitherto unknown" or not known to the speaker.

One and only "sweetheart" is from 1906. Slang one-arm bandit for a type of slot machine is recorded by 1938. One-night stand is 1880 in performance sense; 1963 in sexual sense. One of the boys "ordinary amiable fellow" is from 1893. One-track mind "mind capable of only one line of thought or action" is by 1915. Drinking expression one for the road is from 1950 (as a song title). One-man band is by 1909 in a literal sense, 1914 figurative. One of those things "unpredictable occurrence" is from 1934 (Cole Porter's song is from 1935).

The conscience clause is one of the weaknesses of the Bill. It is one of those things which tend to create the bitterness. The conscience clause is one of those things which are inseparable from a Bill like this. It is one of those things which divides the sheep from the goats—members can pick them out for themselves—in the playground, in the school. ["Religious Exercises in School Bills," New Zealand Parliamentary Debates, Aug. 13, 1926]
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