简明英汉词典

one
[wQn]
pron.
一个人, 任何人, 一方
num.
一, 一个
adj.
一方的, 某一, 同样的

美国传统词典[双解]

one
one
AHD:[w?n]
D.J.[w(n]
K.K.[w(n]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Being a single entity, unit, object, or living being; not two or more.
一个的,单一的:是一个实体、单元、物体或生物的;而不是两个或者更多

(2)

Characterized by unity; undivided:
同一的,整体的:以整体性为特点的,不可分的:
They spoke with one voice.
他们异口同声

(3)

Of the same kind or quality:
同一种类的,同一性质的:
two animals of one species.
同一种类的两个动物

(4)

Forming a single entity of two or more components:
单一实体的:由两个或更多个要素形成的一个单一实体:
three chemicals combining into one solution.
三种化合物溶成一种溶液

(5)

Being a single member or element of a group, category, or kind:
一个成员的,一个要素的:成为一组、一个部门或一个种类中的一员或一个要素的:
I'm just one player on the team.
我只是这个球队中的一名球员

(6)

Being a single thing in contrast with or relation to another or others of its kind:
(与其它同类东西)相同的:与同类中另一个或其它的相对或相关的一种事物:
One day is just like the next.
每天都一样

(7)

Occurring or existing as something indefinite, as in time or position:
某一(时间或事物):在某一不确定的时间发生或出现的,如在时间或位置上:
He will come one day.
他总有一天会来

(8)

Occurring or existing as something particular but unspecified, as in time past:
(过去的时间)某一特定的:如某特殊事物的出现或存在,如过去的时间:
late one evening.
某一个深

(9)

Informal Used as an intensive:
【非正式用语】 用来加强语气:
That is one fine dog.
这是一条不错的狗

(10)

Being the only individual of a specified or implied kind:
特定的:是特定或暗指的种类中的唯一个体:
the one person I could marry; the one horse that can win this race.
我唯一愿嫁的人;唯一能赢得这次比赛的马
n.(名词)

(1)

The cardinal number, represented by the symbol 1, designating the first such unit in a series.
一:基数,用符号1表示,代表一系列中这样的单元中的第一个

(2)

A single person or thing; a unit:
一个:一个人或物,一个单元:
This is the one I like best.
这是我最喜欢的一个
pron.(代词)

(1)

An indefinitely specified individual:
某人:
She visited one of her cousins.
她去拜访了一位表亲

(2)

An unspecified individual; anyone:
未指明的人;任何一个人:
“The older one grows the more one likes indecency”(Virginia Woolf)
“人愈老愈喜欢粗鄙的言行”(弗吉尼亚·沃尔夫)

习惯用语

at one
In accord or unity.
一致,合力

one and all
Everyone.
每个人,全体

one by one
Individually in succession.
一个接一个

语源

(1)

Middle English on
中古英语 on

(2)

from Old English 3n * see oi-no-
源自 古英语 3n *参见 oi-no-

用法
When constructions headed by one appear as the subject of a sentence or relative clause, there may be a question as to whether the verb should be singular or plural. Such a construction is exemplified in the sentence One of every ten rotors was found defective. Although the plural were is sometimes used in such sentences, an earlier survey found that the singular was preferred by a large majority of the Usage Panel. · Another problem is raised by constructions such as one of those people who or its variants. In the sentence The defeat turned out to be one of the most costly blows that were ever inflicted on our forces, most grammarians would hold that the plural were is correct, in as much as the subject of the verb is the plural noun blows. However, constructions of this sort are often used with a singular verb even by the best writers. Note also that when the phrase containing one is introduced by the definite article, the verb in the relative clause must be singular:
当以one 开头的结构作为一个句子或关系从句的主语出现时, 就出现动词用单数还是复数的问题,如用在句子每十个转子中有一个为次品 中的这种结构。 虽然复数were 有时用在这种句子中, 但在一次早期的调查发现用法专题使用小组的大部分成员更倾向于用单数。另一个问题是由象one of those people who 这样的结构及其变化引起的。 在句子The defeat turned out to be one of the most costly blows that were ever inflicted on our forces, 中, 大多数语法学家主张用复数were 是正确的, 以及主要是由于动词的主语是复数名词blow 所致。 然而,这种结构常与单数动词连用,甚至被很有声望的作家采用。也要注意当包含one 的短语被定冠词限制时, 相关的从句中的动词一定要用单数:
He is the only one of the students who has (not have ) already taken Latin. See Usage Note at he 1
他是这些学生中唯一一个(不用 have ) 曾学过拉丁语的人。 参见 he1

现代英汉词典

one
[wQn]
adj., n.

(1)

一;一个
twenty-one
二十一
one thousand
一千
(= a thousand

(2)

或 1000)^ one liter of wine 一公升酒 (= a liter of wine)
About one-fifth of the freshmen reported that they had been brought up in small towns.
大约有五分之一的一年级生是在小城镇长大的。

(3)

one of 其中一个
one of my friends
我的一个朋友
"One of them went North, and the other went South."
"他们一个往北走,一个向南走。"
One or other of us will go there.
我们中间总要去一个人。

(4)

某一个
one Sunday
一个星期日
Come and have a cup of coffee one evening.
请你随便哪个晚上过来喝杯咖啡。

(5)

某一…,有一…
One day he will be sorry.
有一天他会悔恨的。
One day we'll get ourselves a new bigger house.
总有一天我们会买一幢更大些的住宅。
You'll come to realize it one day.
你总有一天会懂得这一点的。

(6)

同一的;一致的
of one mind
意见一致
I'm one with you on this subject.
在这个问题上我同你看法一致。

(7)

唯一的
My one and only hope.
我的唯一希望。
I'm afraid she's the one person who can do it.
恐怕她是唯一能胜任这件事的人了。

(8)

这一例;这一类型
He can't tell one tree from another.
他不能说出这一类型的树和另一类的区别。

习惯用语

a one
大胆有趣的人
Oh, you are a one!
噢,你真大胆!

a right one
蠢人;傻子

be one up (on sb.)
(比某人)略胜一筹

one and the same
同一

词性变化

one
pron.

(1)

某个人;某物
I haven't a book; can you lend me one?
我没有书,你能借我一本吗?
I heard the news from one Smith.
我从一个叫史密斯的人那儿听到了这个消息。

(2)

任何人
One should do one's duty.
人人应该尽责。

现代英汉综合大辞典

one
[wQn]
num.
一, 一个(人、物); 第一(卷、章、页等)
Lesson One
第一课

词性变化

one
pron.

(1)

一个(任何)人; 本人

(2)

一个

(3)

(表示与别的对照) 这一个

(4)

[pl.]东西
One must observe the rules.
我们(任何人)必须遵守规则。
One is rather busy just now.
人家(指本人)正忙着呢。
One has come, the others have not.
一个人来了, 其他人还没来。
I want large ones, not small ones.
我要大的, 不要小的。
adj.

(1)

一致的; 同一的

(2)

完整的; 一体的

(3)

唯一的, 单个的

(4)

某一

(5)

[表示与别的对照]这一
of one age
同一时代的
be one and undivided
是个不可分割的整体
my one and only hope
我唯一的希望
one day
有一天
one Smith
一个叫史密斯的人
from one side to the other
从这一边到那一边
I am one with you on this.
在这一点上我和你是一致的。
No one man can do it.
一个人来干, 是谁也干不了的。

one
n.

(1)

一元[镑]的钞票

(2)

怪人; 蠢人; 胆大妄为的人

(3)

一岁; 一点钟; 一体; 单位; 独一

(4)

一击

(5)

(食物)一客; 一份
all in one
合在一起
at one
一致

继承用法

one-address
adj.
单地址的

one-course
adj.
单层的

one-dimensional
adj.
一元的, 一维的, 单因次的; 线性的, 单向的

one-eyed
[`wQn`aId]
adj.

(1)

独眼的

(2)

[俚]简陋的, 次要的, 小的

one-half
n.
二分之一

one-handed
adj.
只用一只手的, 用独手干的

one-horse
adj.

(1)

用一匹马的

(2)

[俚]简陋的, 次要的, 小的

one-idea'd,one-ideaed
adj.
想法单一的, 思想陕隘的

one-jet
n.
单喷嘴

onekick
adj.
单次的; 一次有效的

one-lane
n., adj.
单车道(的)

one-layer
n., adj.
单层(的)

one-legged
adj.

(1)

只有一条腿的

(2)

[喻]片面的, 不公道的

one-level
adj.
一层的, 一级的

one-man
adj.
只需一个人的, 由一人组成[经营]的

one-onea.
一对一的; 一一对应的

one-parameter
adj.
单参数的

one-pass
n.

(1)

一次走刀

(2)

一次通过

one-period
n.
一(个)周期

one-phase
adj.
单相的

one-piece
adj.
(衣服)单件的; 上下连身的

one-reeler
n.
电影短片(卡通片或新闻记录片等)

one-seater
[`wQn`si:tE(r)]
n.
单人坐的汽车或飞机

one-setting
n.
一次调正

one-shot
[`wQnFCt]
adj.

(1)

只用一次的; 临时性的

(2)

只出现一次的或只出一期的

(3)

仅为某一个计划而作的

词性变化

one
n.
单镜头拍摄, 冲息

one-size
adj.
同样大小的

one-step
[`wQnstep]
n.
一步舞
vi.
跳一步舞

one-stroke
n.
单[一次]行程

one-time
adj.
过去的, 从前的

one-track
[`wQn`trAk]
adj.
单轨的, 单一不变的

one-up
adj.
[美口]胜人一筹的
vt.
胜...一筹, 占...的上风

one-upmanship
n.
胜人一筹的本事

one-valued
adj.
单值的

one-velocity
adj.
单速度的

oneness
[5wQnnis]
n.

习惯用语

a fast one
(棒球中的)急球; [俚]诡计, 骗局

a hot one
[美俚]异常滑稽的笑话

a nasty one
责骂; (碰)钉子; 严重的打击

a quick one
[美俚]匆匆一口喝下去的酒; 一?考?

be all one to sb.
在某人看来全都一样, 无所谓

be at one
一致

become one (=be made one)
一 体化; 结成夫妇

big one

(1)

大人物; 大亨; [美俚]千元钞票

(2)

(对儿童说的委婉语)[美俚]大便

by ones and twos
三三两两地; 零零落落地

for one
作为其中一个; 举例来说

go one better
[美俚]胜过(某人)

go sb. one better
[美俚]胜过(某人)

have one over the eight
[英俚]微醉

in one
合为一体

in the year one
早年, 很久以前

lay one on sb.
[美俚]给某人一拳

like one o'clock
[美俚]好得很

little ones
孩子们, 小家伙们

live one
[美俚]随便花钱的人; 冤大头, 容易受骗上当的人

make one
参加; 使成为一体

never a one
没有一个(人)

One above
(=the Holy One)上帝

taken one with another
总的看来

taking one with another
总的看来

ten to one
[多用于否定句中]一定, 必定; 十有八九, 多半

the Evil One
魔王, 撒旦

the old one

(1)

老头子, 父亲

(2)

魔鬼[王]

the wicked one
恶魔

tie one on
闹饮, 喝得大醉

young one
孩子; 年轻人; 幼小动物

one after another
一个接一个地, 接连地

one and all
每个人, 全部

one another
相互, 互相

one and only
唯一的; 真正的; [美俚]情人

one and the same
同一个; 完全一回事

one by one
一个一个地, 依次地

One down!
[美俚]来一份烤面包! 第一个障碍排除了! 第一个项目完成了!

one in a thousand
百里挑一, 杰出的

one in the eye for sb.

(1)

给某人照眼一拳

(2)

给某人钉子碰

one of those things
命中注定的事

one or other
或者这个, 或者那个; 不管哪一个

one or two
一两个, 几个

one too many
多余的一个; [美口]过量的酒

one too many for sb.
胜过; 非...所能敌

one too much for sb.
胜过; 非...所能敌

one up on
略胜...一筹, 比...占优势

美国传统词典

one
one
AHD:[w?n]
D.J.[w(n]
K.K.[w(n]
adj.

(1)

Being a single entity, unit, object, or living being; not two or more.

(2)

Characterized by unity; undivided:
They spoke with one voice.

(3)

Of the same kind or quality:
two animals of one species.

(4)

Forming a single entity of two or more components:
three chemicals combining into one solution.

(5)

Being a single member or element of a group, category, or kind:
I'm just one player on the team.

(6)

Being a single thing in contrast with or relation to another or others of its kind:
One day is just like the next.

(7)

Occurring or existing as something indefinite, as in time or position:
He will come one day.

(8)

Occurring or existing as something particular but unspecified, as in time past:
late one evening.

(9)

Informal Used as an intensive:
That is one fine dog.

(10)

Being the only individual of a specified or implied kind:
the one person I could marry; the one horse that can win this race.
n.

(1)

The cardinal number, represented by the symbol 1, designating the first such unit in a series.

(2)

A single person or thing; a unit:
This is the one I like best.
pron.

(1)

An indefinitely specified individual:
She visited one of her cousins.

(2)

An unspecified individual; anyone:
“The older one grows the more one likes indecency”(Virginia Woolf)

习惯用语

at one
In accord or unity.

one and all
Everyone.

one by one
Individually in succession.

语源

(1)

Middle English on

(2)

from Old English 3n * see oi-no-

用法
When constructions headed by one appear as the subject of a sentence or relative clause, there may be a question as to whether the verb should be singular or plural. Such a construction is exemplified in the sentence One of every ten rotors was found defective. Although the plural were is sometimes used in such sentences, an earlier survey found that the singular was preferred by a large majority of the Usage Panel. · Another problem is raised by constructions such as one of those people who or its variants. In the sentence The defeat turned out to be one of the most costly blows that were ever inflicted on our forces, most grammarians would hold that the plural were is correct, in as much as the subject of the verb is the plural noun blows. However, constructions of this sort are often used with a singular verb even by the best writers. Note also that when the phrase containing one is introduced by the definite article, the verb in the relative clause must be singular:
He is the only one of the students who has (not have ) already taken Latin. See Usage Note at he 1

英汉纺织大词典

One
n.一级棉

英汉航空大词典

one
n.一,一个人;n.一个

英汉海运大词典

one
num. : 一,单

基本词义

one
一,一个某(一个人)

基本词义

one
num.一,单

英汉计算机大词典

one
n.一(一个,一致的;num.一(一方的,同一的

英汉建筑大词典

one
adj.单,一

英汉农牧林大词典

one
n.酮

英汉中医大词典

one
n.一,一个

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