Number-one



noun
1.
oneself, especially one’s own well-being or interests:
to look out for number one.
2.
a person, company, etc., that is first in rank, order, or prestige:
Our team is number one.
3.
urination: used especially by or with reference to children.
adjective
4.
of the highest in quality, status, importance, etc.; first-rate:
a number one performance.
5.
first in rank, order, or prestige:
the number one book on the bestseller list.
Idioms
6.
make / do / go number one, Informal. to urinate: used especially by or with reference to children.
noun
1.
the first in a series or sequence
2.
an informal phrase for oneself, myself to look after number one
3.
(informal) the most important person; leader, chief: he’s number one in the organization
4.
(informal) the bestselling pop record in any one week
5.
(euphemistic) the act or an instance of urination
6.
a haircut in which the hair is cut very close to the head with an electric shaver
adjective
7.
first in importance, urgency, quality, etc: number one priority
8.
(informal) (of a pop record) having reached the top of the charts

noun phrase

verb

: The little kid had to number one real bad

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