Definition of One-track

1. Adjective. (context: of a railway) having a single set of lines so that trains can run only in one direction at a time; single-track ¹



2. Adjective. limited to one idea or thought ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of One-track

one-sidely
one-sixth
one-sixtieth
one-size-fits-all
one-start
one-step
one-step procedure
one-stop
one-stop shop
one-tenth
one-third
one-thousandth
one-time
one-time pad
one-to-one
one-track (current term)
one-track mind
one-trick pony
one-trillionth
one-two
one-two-three
one-two punch
one-two punches
one-twos
one-up
one-up-one-down
one-up-one-downs
one-uped
one-upmanship
one-way

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