one off
 n.— «One off. This is a comparatively new figure of speech frequently used to mean “privately,” as in, “You and I will talk about this one off, after the meeting.” It is also apparently why, according to many of you, nothing gets decided in meetings anymore» —“Business Buzzwords That Make You Gag” by Anne Fisher Fortune Aug. 3, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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