<bump>Originally Posted by wendy
For TDOL. (I'm not sure what one-off means either).
My guess is it means a one-time event, something that has happened before and won't happen again. +|
"I was on your Web site, and you have some pictures and videos of your partying like ******* animals"
1.Is it grammatical and not clumsywhat does it mean?? "a one-off event"??Originally Posted by Tdol
I'm not TDOL, but I can tell you that you are right Mike! You don't use 'one-off' in AE?Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
Shane's right; it's a common enough term in the UK.
I have no idea- is it something to do with hunting?
PS- It has a plural.
You could have a series of events, each of which was unique.