Associations to the word «Once»
ONCE, adverb. (frequency) One and only one time.
ONCE, adverb. (temporal location) Formerly; during some period in the past.
ONCE, adverb. (mathematics) Multiplied by one: indicating that a number is multiplied by one.
ONCE, adverb. As soon as.
ONCE, conjunction. As soon as; when; after.
ONCE AGAIN, adverb. (idiomatic) Again, once more, one more time.
ONCE AND AWHILE, adverb. Misspelling of once in a while.
ONCE AND FOR ALL, adverb. (idiomatic) Finally, permanently, conclusively.
ONCE IN A BLUE MOON, adverb. (idiomatic) Very rarely; very infrequently.
ONCE IN A WAY, adverb. Once in a while; occasionally; every now and then.
ONCE IN A WHILE, adverb. (idiomatic) Occasionally; sometimes.
ONCE MORE, adverb. Again, a further time, once again.
ONCE MORE, adverb. Used other than as an idiom: see once, more.
ONCE OVER, noun. Alternative spelling of once-over
ONCE OVERS, noun. Plural of once over
ONCE REMOVED, adjective. One generation apart.
ONCE UPON A TIME, adverb. The traditional beginning of children’s stories, especially fairy tales.
ONCE UPON A TIME, adverb. A long time ago (typically said of something that is not well remembered).
ONCE, adverb. On one occasion; "once I ran into her".
ONCE, adverb. As soon as; "once we are home, we can rest".
ONCE, adverb. At a previous time; "at one time he loved her"; "her erstwhile writing"; "she was a dancer once";.
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