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    #1

    one on one, or one to one?

    man to man or man on man?

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    Re: one on one, or one to one?

    man to man - from man to man -- a private conversation between two men.
    e.g.
    Let`s have a talk from man to man [usually used in a dispute]


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    Re: one on one, or one to one?

    Quote Originally Posted by sheena55ro
    man to man - from man to man -- a private conversation between two men.
    e.g.
    Let`s have a talk from man to man [usually used in a dispute]
    See you,
    Correct meaning but you would say man to man not from man to man.

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    #4

    Re: one on one, or one to one?

    Hi, Davy and thank you. How shall I write it then ?

    1. Let`s have a man to man talk.

    or
    2. Let`s have a talk man to man

    Sould I use this phrase attributively as in the first example? The first sentence sounds correctto me.

    Teia


    ps. I have a new username , teia, instead of "sheena55ro"
    Now I am a newbie again

    Thank you again

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    Re: one on one, or one to one?

    Quote Originally Posted by teia_petrescu
    Hi, Davy and thank you. How shall I write it then ?
    1. Let`s have a man to man talk.
    or
    2. Let`s have a talk man to man
    Sould I use this phrase attributively as in the first example? The first sentence sounds correctto me.
    Teia
    ps. I have a new username , teia, instead of "sheena55ro"
    Now I am a newbie again
    Thank you again

    Both are used equally.

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    #6

    Re: one on one, or one to one?

    Thank you for clarifying that, Davy

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