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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone-to-oneˌone-to-ˈone adjective  1 TWObetween only two people tuition on a one-to-one basis2 SAMEmatching each other exactly a one-to-one correspondence between letters and soundsone-to-one adverb I need to discuss it with him one-to-one.
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one-to-oneone-to-one counselingThere was a rally in the euro, but hopes of a recovery to a one-to-one parity did not materialise.He preferred to keep his friends separate: a one-to-one person.It will soon be as good or better than one-to-one teaching, say enthusiasts.