one• "Do you know where those bowls are?" "Which ones?"• They're closing this factory but building two new ones in Atlanta.• The houses are all prettysimilar, but one is a little bigger than the others.• We've been looking at houses but haven't found one we like yet.the one(s) (that/who/which)• On the one hand, he wrote, it pushes nothing out of its way.• On the one hand, she may have a case.• But that is the onequestion you can never ask.• On the onesize are saints Peter and Paul.• Adeane had strongly advised against the controversialspeeches of the past year, especially the one to the architectural profession.• Women do not have the one way in which to be beautiful, but many.• For a brief few giddy years, I was the one with the reputation among my sisters of being the wild one.one of• This is one of my favorite books.(have) one for the road• And one for the road, the last word in car hi-fi.oneone3 ●●●S1W1 determiner 🔊 🔊 1ESPECIALLYused to emphasize a particular person or thing 🔊 One person I find very difficult is Bob. 🔊 If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s people who bite their nails.2 →one day/morning/year etc3COMPAREused to talk about a particular person or thing in comparison with other similar people or things 🔊 Why does my card work in one cash machine and not in another?4 →It’s one thing to ... it’s (quite) another to5 →for one thing6 →be one crazy woman/be one interesting job etc7formalNAME OF A PERSONNAME OF A THING used before the name of someone you do not know or have not heard of before syn a certain 🔊 He was accused of stealing a horse from one Peter Wright.