one-track

[ wuhn-trak ]
/ ˈwʌnˌtræk /
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adjective

having only one track.
unable or unwilling to cope with more than one idea, action, etc., at a time; narrow: a one-track mind.

Nearby words

  1. one-stop,
  2. one-suiter,
  3. one-tailed,
  4. one-time,
  5. one-to-one,
  6. one-track mind,
  7. one-trick pony,
  8. one-two,
  9. one-up,
  10. one-upmanship

Origin of one-track

First recorded in 1925–30

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British Dictionary definitions for one-track

one-track

adjective

informal obsessed with one idea, subject, etc
having or consisting of a single track
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