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lone

adjective [before noun]     /ləʊn/ US  /loʊn/
alone 单独的,独自的 a lone survivor 唯一的幸存者 He was a lone voice (= the only person) arguing against a reduction in resources. 他是唯一反对削减财力的人。 Single, double and multiple
lone parent/mother/father
someone who has children but no partner living with them 单亲/单身母亲/单身父亲 Marital status
Translations of “lone”
in Arabic وَحيد…
in Korean 혼자…
in Malaysian sendirian…
in French solitaire…
in Turkish yalnız, tek başına…
in Italian isolato, solitario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單獨的,獨自的…
in Russian одинокий…
in Polish samotny…
in Vietnamese không bầu bạn, đơn chiếc…
in Spanish solo, solitario…
in Portuguese solitário…
in Thai โดดเดี่ยว…
in German einsam…
in Catalan sol…
in Japanese ただ一人の…
in Indonesian sendirian…
(Definition of lone from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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