one-time

[wuhn-tahym]
adjective
1.
having been as specified at one time; former: my one-time partners.
2.
occurring, done, or accomplished only once: his one-time try at elective office.
Also, onetime.


Origin:
1880–85


1. previous, earlier, past.
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one-time
 
adj
1.  (prenominal) at some time in the past; former
 
adv
2.  informal (Caribbean) at once

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Example sentences
According to their website, membership is by invitation only, and there's a
  one-time payment for lifetime membership.
You're next asked to create either a one-time request, or a stand-alone form.
To encourage borrowers to continue repaying their loans, the proposal would
  also make the five-month limit a one-time benefit.
The current system will be replaced with a one-time notification.
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