- that can be accomplished in one stop: a store offering one-stop shopping.
Origin of one-stop
An Americanism dating back to 1930–35
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Examples from the Web for one-stop
He showed up for a “one-stop” hiring fair hosted by Customs and Border Protection in Dallas in February 2008.On Polygraph Tests, Would-Be Border Patrol Agents Confess to Crimes
April 4, 2013
The Café College he established is a one-stop center to help students prepare for college.Is Democratic Convention Keynote Speaker Julian Castro the Next Obama?
August 1, 2012
A sustained effort, and not just a one-stop speech, could reframe the race.In Focus Group, Independent Voters Souring on Obama
June 15, 2012
Kalustyan's: Find any flavor you need to take you around the world in this one-stop spice shop.Fresh Picks
November 4, 2010
- having or providing a range of related services or goods in one placea one-stop shop
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