noun Also one shot.
Origin of one-shot
Examples from the Web for one-shot
One-shot holiday needs can also lead to yearlong sustainable relationships.
Each one speaks alone and directly to the camera, shown exclusively in a one-shot.
I am going to sit down with a lawyer to go over my case and the application, since this is only a one-shot deal.Letters From DREAMers: Young Immigrants Hope for Deferred Action|Sam Schlinkert|August 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Sanctions and saber-rattling alone were never going to do the trick, nor would periodic efforts at one-shot diplomacy.
Even worse, the stimulus legislation, predictably, proved to be a one-shot wonder.
Your intuition for the one-shot gamble was the one thing that bailed us out this time.
It was only when he opened his mouth that One-Shot Braun was in the suit with him.
The fourth is a one-shot hole, which likewise calls for hard hitting.The Golf Courses of the British Isles|Bernard Darwin
You can't stop a man with this here little twenty-two, an' it's only a one-shot at that.The Boss of Little Arcady|Harry Leon Wilson
Twenty-five thousand bucks would get you one nice spread in the Post, but what kind of a one-shot campaign would that be?Breeder Reaction|Winston Marks