Definition of 'one-to-one'
Example sentences containing 'one to one'
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Pen and paper tend to inhibit the vigour of her views, but in one to one conversation she expresses herself most unambiguously. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)And he seemed far nicer on a one to one than as king of accounts. SOMEBODY (2002)
You will be an expert in all kinds of one-to-one relationships. The Sun (2016)All kinds of one-to-one relationships get stronger and you feel others are on your side. The Sun (2016)This applies to the family and one-to-one relationships. The Sun (2006)The tutorial system also means you learn with your tutor on a one-to-one basis. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Others received one-to-one tuition or help in small groups. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And there will be a one-to-one interview. The Sun (2008)Is it important to have one-to-one reading experience? Times, Sunday Times (2011)It may be best to stick to less stressful one-to-one encounters. The Sun (2015)The sun ensures you handle one-to-one relationships skilfully. The Sun (2011)Managers are keen to spend time with their staff on a one-to-one basis. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That helps within the family and in one-to-one relationships. The Sun (2006)It can be carried out in a group workshop or used on a one-to-one basis. Dictionary of Mind, Body and Spirit (1994)And the sun is in your partnership chart to ensure you handle all one-to-one relationships well. The Sun (2009)That was our last one-to-one interview. Times, Sunday Times (2012)YOU can have a personal and confidential one-to-one reading with the very best astrologers and gifted psychics. The Sun (2010)The course is a mix of group painting expeditions, one-to-one tuition and free time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's a curious format for a one-to-one interview. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This means having one-to-one conversations and constituency meetings, and making alliances with local people on local issues. Times, Sunday Times (2010)YOU can have a personal and confidential, one-to-one reading with the best astrologers and trusted psychics. The Sun (2006)YOU can have a personal and totally confidential one-to-one reading with the very best astrologers and gifted, trusted psychics. The Sun (2008)
Translations for 'one-to-one'
British English: one-to-one ADJECTIVE
In a one-to-one relationship, one person deals directly with only one other person.
Nearby words of 'one to one'
Definition of one-to-one from the Collins English Dictionary
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