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singular

adjective   /ˈsɪŋ·ɡjə·lər/
A2 The singular form of a word is used to talk about one person or thing. singular ‘Woman’ is the singular form of ‘women’.
(Definition of singular from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

singular

noun /ˈsiŋɡjulə/
(also adjective) (in) the form of a word which expresses only one singular ’Foot’ is the singular of ’feet’ a singular noun/verb The nounfoot’ is singular.
the state of being singular singular Is this noun in the singular or the plural?
(Definition of singular from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “singular”
in Vietnamese dạng số ít, từ ở dạng số ít…
in Malaysian mufrad…
in Thai เป็นเอกพจน์, คำเอกพจน์…
in French singulier…
in German der Singular, singularisch…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单数的…
in Indonesian bentuk tunggal, tunggal…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單數的…
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