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    #1

    one

    Hello everyone

    I'd like to ask about the meaning of 'one' in the following context:

    We know that one principal condition, at least for the overwhelming
    majority of such images, appears to be the use of an
    electronic flash. We also know that using a digital camera, as
    compared to a conventional camera using film, is almost a requirement.



    Does 'one' here mean "the only (one)" or does it mean "one of", i.e. there are several principal conditions and the use of an electronic flash is one of them?


    • Join Date: Jul 2006
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    Re: one

    Quote Originally Posted by KLPNO View Post
    Hello everyone

    I'd like to ask about the meaning of 'one' in the following context:

    We know that one principal condition, at least for the overwhelming
    majority of such images, appears to be the use of an
    electronic flash. We also know that using a digital camera, as
    compared to a conventional camera using film, is almost a requirement.



    Does 'one' here mean "the only (one)" or does it mean "one of", i.e. there are several principal conditions and the use of an electronic flash is one of them?
    one means one individual instance

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