one-to-one one-to-one


  • (adj) used of relations such that each member of one set is associated with one member of a second set


  1. The first is the fact that the Argentinean peso was legally pegged to the dollar, on a one-to-one basis, a decade ago by Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo.
  2. There's not a one-to-one relationship: Your parents may have full heads of hair and you may be balding.
  3. But climate change and carbon aren't in a one-to-one relationship.


  • Quantum ATM Promises Cash For All Humanity

    Normally when you deposit cash into an ATM, an equivalent amount of money goes into your bank account. Not so with the quantum ATM, which doles out an equal amount of money to everyone on the planet. Quantitative easing , Bitcoin, Camel Cash : these monetary innovations all involve a one-to-one relationship between currency and value. A dollar from the ATM equals a dollar in your bank account ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine


  1. "Ghana are fast and can play well on the counter, they don't shy away from one-to-one duels as they are strong, they have players who can put in fantastic sprints," cautioned Loew. "The general tempo against Ghana will be higher than Serbia,...
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Joachim Loew Source: Vancouver Sun

  2. "Those of us who represent that base will find that we can get that support and ultimately face up one-to-one with Mayor Giuliani," Romney said. "At that point he'll have a more challenging time because I do not believe the Republican Party...
    on Oct 26, 2007 By: Mitt Romney Source: TIME

  3. "Today, video share is a one-to-one mobile service, but you should expect this to quickly reach the other two screens, and that's the PC and the television," AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said.
    on Jun 20, 2007 By: Randall L. Stephenson Source: Reuters India

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