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solo

noun [C]     /ˈsəʊ.ləʊ/ US  /ˈsoʊ.loʊ/ ( plural solos)
a musical performance done by one person alone, or a musical performance in which one person is given special attention 独奏;独唱 a trumpet solo 小号独奏 Parker's solo on 'A Night in Tunisia' was so amazing that the pianist backing him simply stopped playing. 帕克的独奏《突尼斯之夜》实在是太精彩了,以至于为他伴奏的钢琴手干脆停了下来。 Musical pieces
Translations of “solo”
in Arabic مُنفَرِد…
in Korean 솔로, 독주, 독창…
in Malaysian solo…
in French solo…
in Turkish solo müzik/enstrüman…
in Italian assolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獨奏, 獨唱…
in Russian соло…
in Polish solo…
in Vietnamese đơn ca, độc tấu…
in Spanish en solitario, solo…
in Portuguese solo…
in Thai เพลงร้องเดี่ยว, การแสดงเดี่ยว…
in German das Solo…
in Catalan solo…
in Japanese 独唱曲, 独奏曲…
in Indonesian solo…
(Definition of solo noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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