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one is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
one
English numbers (edit)
10
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    Cardinal: one
    Ordinal: first
    Frequency: once
    Multiplier: single
    Distributive: singly

PronunciationEdit

HomophonesEdit

DeterminativeEdit

Determiner
one

  1. (number) (ordinal first) The number 1.
    We have one nose and one mouth.

NounEdit

Singular
one

Plural
ones

 
one
  1. The number 1.
    One is the smallest whole number.

PronounEdit

Pronoun
one

(personal)

  1. One is a singular pronoun which means "someone" or "people". It is used more often in formal writing.
    It is easy to see the difference if one looks closely enough.


Singular Plural
Subject Object Possessive 1 Possessive 2 Reflexive Subject Object Possessive 1 Possessive 2 Reflexive
First I me my mine myself we us our ours ourselves
Second you you your yours yourself you you your yours yourselves
Third Feminine she her her hers herself they them their theirs themselves
Masculine he him his his himself
Impersonal it it its its itself