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    Looking for a phrase that means ...

    Hello I heard a phrase last time on a movie that I am trying to remember. The phrase means lets do this only for this time and it was like:

    Let's do this just/only for once.
    Let's do this just/only once.


    Which one do you think is correct?

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    Re: Looking for a phrase that means ...

    Hello Dervast,
    The expression could me "one time only"

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    Re: Looking for a phrase that means ...

    You will hear anything in a movie but don't use "for" as in the sentence you presented.

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