once

All Adverb
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  • They serve four-year terms and may be re-elected only once.
  • With these changes, each candidate can now be considered once every three years.
  • From the 19th century it once again became more and more popular.
  • The brothers were once walking along a beach and found two trees there.
  • Once clear, the other boat's team would continue on its way.
  • This marked the first time humans could view the whole Earth at once.
  • Players progress to the next level once all enemies on the current level are defeated.
  • But once the thing starts, they just go with the way it's going.
  • For example, students can review their lessons more than once according to their need.
  • All persons have the right to change their surname once without any specific reason.
  • Once a play is over, and before the next play starts, the football is considered dead.
  • These nations, once separate, are now part of another country.
  • Once they were found in most parts of Europe.
  • Once the first bowl has taken place, the other side has the opportunity to bowl.
  • Broadway once was a two-way street for its entire length.
  • They are held once every two years, although this pattern has twice been interrupted.
  • Once inland, his way of life took a turn for the better.
  • At this intersection, it is possible to stand in four states at once.
  • He left Ireland, to return only once, many years later.
  • Players may pick a team more than once, as long as that team is still available at least once.
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Meaning of once

  • adverb On one occasion
    once I ran into her
  • adverb As soon as
    once we are home, we can rest
  • adverb At a previous time;
    at one time he loved her, her erstwhile writing, she was a dancer once