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We found 1 grammar point, 32 words, 1 kanji, and 411 examples matching '一つ'
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2
numeric
1. one
noun
2. for one thing  (often used in itemized lists)
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Most common form: ひとつがい
noun
pair; couple; brace  (often written with kana only)
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4
1. one-eyed
2. first (in a series); initial
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5
Most common form: ひとつひとつ
one-by-one; separately; in detail
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expression, noun
one's only good set of clothes (suit, kimono, etc.)  (see also: 一帳羅:いっちょうら; rare)
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
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おおとろ
ひと
ください
One very-fatty tuna, please.
かいがい
海外
りょこう
旅行
わたし
たの
しみ
ひと
です
Traveling abroad is one of my favorite things.
これもう
ひと
いいことあった
But I had another advantage in it.
でも
ひと
だけありません
But, just one thing is missing.
ひこうき
飛行機
エンジン
ひと
まってしまった

One of the aircraft's engines cut out.
 
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