A term used in fanfictions to say that there will only be one body of text. (One chapter)
"Severus Snape struggles to find his way, and redemption, after the war. One shot."
by Domccus June 29, 2006
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A term used in fanfiction literature by the authors writing a single chapter. Somewhat Similar to a short story used in regular literature.
One shot--We went through and through and came out blank.
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when a gamer does not damage a player, but tells his teammates otherwise
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one shot is a top down puzzle RPG where you control the character named NIKO, a cat-person.
this game is known for being VERY meta, even being more meta than Undertale, and that's saying something considering the metaness of Undertale, WARNING: the game WILL make you cry, in the true ending.... and thats all im going to say so i wont spoil it for you
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In group gatherings where strong alcoholic beverage is served, Koreans often say out loud " one shot " in English which means one shoud empty his shot glass in one gulp.
Now it's your turn to drink. " one shot ".
by woo joong kim / jee soo kim August 7, 2007
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Term, often used in Halo, to identify an opponant in which one shot to the head with most weapons (Battle Rifle, Magnum, Carbine) will kill said opponant. In other words, the player has no shield.
Commonly used in serious MLG games, this term is often combined with the location of the player.
The purpose of using this term is to request assistance from a nearby teammate in killing the opponant, because in most cases the player identifying said opponant would be unable to do so.
It is important to remember when using this term in-game that it is only effective when paired with a specific location of the player.
"He's one shot in BR1!"
or
"One shot, BR1!"
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Writing about a character, place or thing that has been done on a spur of the moment of a fandom or orginal peice. Usually is to short for a short story consisting of only one chapter.
'The writer did a one=shot of Mike's feelings toward his parents.'
by lgbird April 29, 2005
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