- The definition of a one-off is something that happens only a single time.
An example of a one-off is an experiment that works out once.
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one-off - Computer Definition
(1) One disc at a time. Recorded CD-R discs are called one-offs because they are "burned" one at a time in an optical drive.
(2) Software that is written to solve a specific problem and run only one time is sometimes called a one-off.
(3) Any single product that is custom created for a customer one at a time. See me-tailing.
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