at one


    Definition of at one in English Dictionary

  • PrepositionSUF-one
    1. (often with with) In harmony or unity.
      1. She felt perfectly at one with nature.
    2. (often with with) In agreement, unanimous, of the same opinion.
      1. (archaic) Into a state of harmony, friendship or reconciliation.
      2. More Examples
        1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
          • We all looked at one 'nother, 'n' I thought for a second somebody 'd laugh, but nobody dassed, 'n' there warn'ta sound in the room 's Aunt Beccy sot down agin' without movin' a muscle in her face.
          • Four equally spaced bolt holes on a bolt circle can be dimensioned at one hole with the notation (TYP) following it.
          • Fortune's a right whore. If she give ought, she deals it in small parcels, that she may take away all at one swoop. – John Webster
        2. Used in the Beginning of Sentence
          • At one extreme, the two plots in Malaysia are in tall, evergreen forest; have no regular dry season; and include over 800 tree and treelet species each.
          • At one time, I could walk ten miles in a day, but I can't any longer.
          • At one point, James took to social media to post semicryptic messages about the importance of fitting in.
        3. Used in the Ending of Sentence
          • A common convention in computing is to have indices beginning at zero, whereas in mathematics indices usually begin at one.
      • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
        1. Phrases
          • Prepositional phrases
          • Prepositions
            • Prepositional phrases
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          1. en at one time
          2. en at one stroke
          3. en at one's fingertips
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          Meaning of at one for the defined word.

          Grammatically, this idiom "at one" is a phrase, more specifically, a prepositional phrase. It's also a preposition, more specifically, a prepositional phrase.
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