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Translation of "alone" - English-Spanish dictionary

alone

adjective, adverb   /əˈləʊn/
A2 without other people solo She lives alone. I don’t like being alone.
without any more or anything else solo Last year alone the company made a million dollars.
leave someone alone
to stop talking to someone or annoying them dejar en paz a alguien Leave him alone – he’s tired.
leave something alone
to stop touching something dejar de tocar algo Leave your hair alone!
(Definition of alone from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

alone

adverb /əˈləun/
with no-one else; by oneself solo He lived alone She is alone in believing that he is innocent.
only sólo, solamente He alone can remember.
all alone
completely by oneself totalmente solo, solo como la una He has been all alone since the death of his wife.
(Definition of alone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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