at one time


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at one time

1. At the same time; in unison. Don't try to carry more than two boxes at one time—they're heavy! I can't understand a word with all of you screaming at one time.
2. In the past. Yes, I was a teacher at one time, long before I became a fashion designer.
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at one time

1. Simultaneously, at the same time, as in All the boys jumped into the pool at one time. For synonyms, see at once, def. 1; at the same time, def. 1.
2. Formerly, in the past, as in At one time very few houses in town were on the market.
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at one time

1. Simultaneously.
2. At a period or moment in the past.
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It carried me a good way at one time; but I saw it would not do.
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This gives us, so far, only those particulars which constitute one thing at one time. This set of particulars may be called a "momentary thing." To define that series of "momentary things" that constitute the successive states of one thing is a problem involving the laws of dynamics.
To illustrate by the case of an actor on the stage: our first plan was to collect together all the aspects which he presents to different spectators at one time, and then to form the series of such sets.
Semon's "engram" is formed by all that we experience at one time. He speaks of two parts of this total as having the relation of "Nebeneinander" (M.
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