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Translation of "lone" - English-Spanish dictionary

lone

adjective /ləun/
solitary, without companions, by itself etc
solitario
a lone figure on the beach.
lonely adjective ( comparative lonelier, superlative loneliest) lacking or wanting companionship
solo
Aren’t you lonely, living by yourself?
(of a place) far away from busy places, having few people
aislado, solitario
a lonely island.
loneliness noun
soledad
Many old people suffer from loneliness.
lonesome adjective (especially American) lonely; solitary
solo
She feels lonesome when her brothers are at school.
lonesomeness noun
soledad
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 Portuguese solitário…
in Thai โดดเดี่ยว…
in German einsam…
in Catalan sol…
in Japanese ただ一人の…
in Indonesian sendirian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单独的,独自的…
(Definition of lone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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