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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107863: Idioms with the word ONE
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    Idioms with the word ONE


    In English there  are  lots of idioms with the word 'one'.

     A   one-off  (noun and adjective) : something that happens only once

     One at a time : individually, one by one or one after one

    As one ( man)  : to do something together, simultaneously

    Back to square one :  back to the beginning ; to start again

    (to look after) number one : to look after or think about oneself

    a million and one  : very many

    a million to one  : hardly any chance at all

    One and only :  the only person or thing ; something unique

    One and the same : same as, identical  

    One for the books : an event to be remembered

    One for the road : the last drink before leaving

     





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    1. If you can't work it out, keep calm, go and start again.

    2. There comes a time ... when the world must come together (USA for Africa).

    3. Take care of yourself: if you don't who will?

    4. Professor Higgins is a recluse: his lecture is to be considered a event.

    5. The book is splendid : it gives you solutions to improve your daily life.

    6. Before I left the pub, they offered me .

    7. If you don't want to go crazy, try and solve your problems .

    8. The event is so unprecedented that it certainly is !

    9. What a couple! They always do things together: they're in everything.

    10. Our university is proud of having the imaging laboratory in this town.

    11. The odds of winning a lot of money in the lottery are .









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