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Pronunciation of One Another: Learn how to pronounce One Another in English correctly

Learn how to say One Another correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word one:

cardinal number
1the lowest cardinal number; half of two; 1:
there’s only room for one person
two could live as cheaply as one
one hundred miles
a one-bedroom flat
(Roman numeral: i, I)
a single person or thing:
they would straggle home in ones and twos
just one as opposed to any more or to none at all; single (used for emphasis):
her one concern is to save her daughter
denoting a particular item of a pair or number of items:
electronics is one of his hobbies
a glass tube closed at one end
denoting a particular but unspecified occasion or period:
one afternoon in late October
used before a name to denote a person who is not known to the reader or hearer; a certain:
he worked as a clerk for one Mr Ming
informal, chiefly North American a noteworthy example of (used for emphasis):
the actor was one smart-mouthed troublemaker
he was one hell of a snappy dresser
one year old.
one o’clock:
I’ll be there at one
a size of garment or other merchandise denoted by one.
a domino or dice with one spot.
2the same; identical:
all types of training meet one common standard
3 informal a joke or story:
the one about the Englishman, the Irishman, and the Yank
4 informal an alcoholic drink:
a cool one after a day on the water
5West Indian alone:
the time when you one tackled a field of cane and finished before the others had even started
[a use recorded in Old English, becoming obsolete in standard use in the mid 16th century]
1referring to a person or thing previously mentioned or easily identified:
her mood changed from one of moroseness to one of joy
her best apron, the white one
do you want one?
2a person of a specified kind:
you’re the one who ruined her life
my friends and loved ones
a person who is remarkable in some way:
you never saw such a one for figures
3 [third person singular] used to refer to the speaker, or any person, as representing people in general:
one must admire him for his willingness
one gets the impression that he is ahead