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Idioms for one-on-one
Origin of one-on-one
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Example sentences from the Web for one-on-one
In terms of one-on-one with employees, being a mom helps me ground my roots to humanity.
When the ball swings around to your man, they never come in one-on-one.A Millennium After Inventing the Game, the Iroquois Are Lacrosse’s New Superpower|Evin Demirel|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The entourage, so out of place in the one-on-one battle arena, soon left the stage.
If you don't botch the questionnaire, you are summoned for a one-on-one interview with Pierre.
But as far as religion goes, I feel like everyone should have their own one-on-one with God.Ja Rule on Life in Prison, His 50 Cent Beef, New Film & Finding God|Marlow Stern|October 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for one-on-one
Idioms and Phrases with one-on-one
A direct encounter between two persons, especially a conflict, as in The two department heads went one on one regarding shelf space. This slangy expression almost certainly comes from sports. It is commonly used to refer to a two-person basketball game, but is also applied to the interaction of two players on opposing teams in football, soccer, and similar team sports. [c. 1960]