[wuhn-ak-ter] /ˈwʌnˈæk tər/
a short play consisting of one act.
[wuhn-ak-ter] /ˈwʌnˈæk tər/ noun, Informal. 1. a short play consisting of one act.
- One and only
noun phrase One’s beloved, fiance´e, sweetheart, etc: My one and only, what am I going to do if you turn me down when I’m so crazy over you (1906+) One’s only love; one’s only sweetheart. For example, He swore she was his one and only, but the detective following him knew better. [ c. 1900 […]
- One and the same
Identical, as in Gloria’s grandfather had been, at one and the same time, a physician at the court and a general in the army. This expression is an emphatic form of “the same.” [ Mid-1800s ]
pronoun 1. each other. pronoun 1. the reflexive form of plural pronouns when the action, attribution, etc, is reciprocal: they kissed one another, knowing one another Also each other see: each other