Is there a one-to-one relationship between word and meaning?
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I think there are words with one-to-one meaning, not depending on the context, but not usually there is no. Words in English are known of having more than one meaning, thus heavily depending on the context.
As an example of one-to-one word, I think it could be "water", water is water, not depending on the context if not provided with adjectives.