It depends entirely on the context. Generally it would mean that one product or device has 3 functions.
Could it be a reference to the christian doctrine of the trinity as explained by st. Patrick using the shamrock??
...mostly a 3 in one is a long tray from a Chinese take away with chips, fried rice and curry sauce. used for making sure students don't die of starvation before paying back their loans :)
It depends on how you see it. To me this phrase means comradeship, friendship, and the ability to overcome obstacles when you are together as friends.
A phrase for this mathematical expression can be "subtract three from one." You can also use the phrase "three minus one." Another way to express this algebraic expression is to say "three less than."
Phrase - the other three can be used to decsribe food whilst phrase cannot.
One out of many
No beneath is a proposition. A phrase is two or three words not one word. beneath the waves - is a prepositional phrase.
because they are from the age of the dinosaurs. their name comes from the greek phrase meaning "three eyes"
yes it isNo, a phrase is two or three words not one word.Jack let him out of the house.
one on one
TWELVE PLUS ONE
One Way of Life
More Than One MeaningSome three-letter words that have more than one meaning are: hitdogrun
Summa cum laude.
The phrase 'no se preocupe' is certainly not in Indonesian. It is Spanish, and the meaning is 'one does not worry'.
the meaning of the phrase myriad manifestation is-countless evidence
"One go" is a slightly informal phrase meaning "a single action or continuous operation."
Three refers to the trinity three in one.
A Governor or governess. A Jailor. A nurse or doctor.
Similar to the phrase 'one mans rubbish is another mans treasure' Meaning, whats good for you may not be good for another...what worked for them may not work for you :D
A phrase that is compound. Meaning two or more.
The origin of the phrase 'All for one, and one for all' is that it comes from The Three Musketeers. The novel was written by Alexandre Dumas in the year 1844.
once in awhile 'Now and Then' is a good one.
Each word is one syllable, so there are three syllables in the phrase. Oh - my - gosh.
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