English version

... for one

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English... for one... for oneused to give an example of someone or something There were several other people absent that afternoon, weren’t there? Mr Ashton for one. one
Examples from the Corpus
... for oneYet another claim for one damaged was submitted by the A.A. gunners.They have to register with our party for one night, as painful as that may be to some.Q.. What is the penalty for those who marry only to obtain a green card for one of the spouses?The middle icon is used not just for one option but four.Some people feel their home is too big for one or two, but do not wish to move.Well, for one reason, your garden is such a good source of food.The first shot at 16kA achieved currents up to 60,000 amps for one tenth of a second.For one thing, the data is by definition stored off-site.