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one-man

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone-manˈone-man adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š ONLYperformed, operated, controlled etc by one person πŸ”Š He does a one-man show in Las Vegas. πŸ”Š a one-man business
Examples from the Corpus
one-manβ€’ He'd go down a storm at hen nights as a one-man Chippendales.β€’ The range of suppliers is also wide - from public agencies through major commercial operations to one-man consultancies.β€’ a one-man crusade to ban the filmβ€’ His one-man factory became a powerhouse.β€’ Many believe that the consultation process was manipulated to entrench one-man, one-party rule.β€’ Car 638 was rebuilt for one-man operation in 1969, but was found unsuitable and subsequently scrapped.β€’ They entered traffic in 1982 after a series of teething troubles, and union resistance to one-man operation.β€’ His one-man show yesterday failed to prevent the Hammers moving to fourth in the First Division but it saved Pompey from embarrassment.β€’ a one-man showβ€’ Producers may favour one-man shows for economic reasons, but that doesn't in itself mean that the audience is being short-changed.one-man showβ€’ At this stage, let me introduce the other players in this epic-because it was far from a one-man show.β€’ Grandage's production, however, is much more than a one-man show.β€’ A.R. What was the one-man show about?β€’ Inside this flawed, and somehow centre-less, one-man show are some poignant questions.β€’ Producers may favour one-man shows for economic reasons, but that doesn't in itself mean that the audience is being short-changed.β€’ For a brief moment the one-man show had seemed so promising and he had dared to hope.β€’ Modigliani's one-man show, scheduled to last throughout the month of December, closed on the day that it opened.β€’ His one-man show yesterday failed to prevent the Hammers moving to fourth in the First Division but it saved Pompey from embarrassment.
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