What does "one-on-one" mean?
"One-on-one" is used to describe direct confrontation, competition, or conversation with a single partner or opponent. For example, the speaker has used "one-on-one" to mean that the match will be single player versus single player. It is also used to describe face-to-face interaction with another person. Ex: The final match will be one-on-one. Ex: I'd like to have a one-on-one conversation with you. Just us two.
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