Veneta has only a 40-minute lunch break!
Jim only needs $120!
My neighbours have only one dog, thank goodness.
You have just read three examples of only being used to emphasise that the time, amount of money, or number of things is very low.
Watch this video to see ONLY used in context.
Here is another video, which was also made at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm.
Liste to how I use ONLY.
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