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Of number: P. and V. εἵς.
Indefinite pron.: P. and V. τις.
one of a pair: P. and V. ὁ ἕτερος.
the one… the other: P. and V. ὁ ἕτερος… ὁ ἕτερος.
I will bring witnesses to prove that he was one of the Ephors: P. ὡς τῶν ἐφόρων ἐγένετο μάρτυρας παρέξομαι (Lys. 124).
death is one of two things: P. δυοῖν θάτερόν ἐστι τὸ τεθνάναι (Plato, Ap. 40C).
Eurymachus was one of them: P. Εὐρύμαχος εἷς αὐτῶν ἦν (Thuc. 2, 5).
one… another: P. and V. ὁ μὲν… ὁ δέ.
at one time… at another: Ar. and P., τότε μὲν… τότε δέ, P. and V. τότε… ἄλλοτε.
one another, each other: P. and V. ἀλλήλους (acc.).
be at one: see agree.
become one with: P. and V. συντήκεσθαι (dat.).
at one time, at the same time, together: P. and V. ὁμοῦ, ἅμα.
one by one: P. καθ' ἕνα.
one day, once upon a time: P. and V. ποτέ, πάλαι; see formerly.
referring to the future: P. and V. ποτέ, ἔπειτα.
with one voice, unanimously: P. μιᾷ γνώμῃ, V. ἁθρόῳ στόματι; see unanimously.
'tis all one whether you desire to praise or blame me: V. σὺ δ' αἰνεῖν εἴτε με ψέγειν θέλειν ὁμοῖον (Aesch., Agamemnon 1403).
it was all one whether the quantity drunk were more or less: P. ἐν τῷ ὁμοίῳ καθειστήκει τό τε πλέον καὶ ἔλασσον ποτόν (Thuc., 2, 49).
the number one: P. μονάς, ἡ.