One-on-one meaning

wŭnŏn-wŭn, -ôn-
Contending individually against a single opposing player.
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Consisting of or being direct communication or exchange between two people.

One-on-one instruction.

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Playing directly or exclusively against a single opponent.
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In direct, personal confrontation.
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A game, sport, etc. in which one individual competes against another individual.
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(chiefly North America) Involving direct communication between two people.
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(sports) Involving one attacker and one defender.
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(mathematics) Bijective or injective.
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A contest involving only one player on each side, especially of an activity often involving teams.

Why don't we play a little one-on-one until the others show up.

He was willing to go one-on-one with the District Attorney himself.

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Alternative form of one-on-one.
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