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    #1

    ''for one''

    "Consumers, for one, are spending more than 10 billion British pounds (about $19.5 billion Canadian) on food they don't eat."

    please, what does the underlined expression mean?

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: ''for one''

    It means it is one example of all the possibilities.



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