I've seen 一度 used in ways that I'm not sure corresponds to the meaning "once". Specifically, I mean when it is used adverbially without any particle attached. For instance this line:
Does it simply mean "let's make travel preparations in this farming village once"? The "once" doesn't seem to be adding much, if that's the case. Going off the definitions here and here I don't see how else I can understand it. Can someone shed some light on this?
(Context: In the story I was reading a party of travelers had just arrived at a town early in their journey and was looking to acquire any supplies they needed then head off.)