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  1. single

    • IPA[ˈsɪŋɡl]

    英式

    • adj.
      only one; not one of several;regarded as distinct from each other or others in a group
    • n.
      an individual person or thing rather than part of a pair or a group.;a short record or CD featuring one main song or track.
    • v.
      choose someone or something from a group for special treatment;thin out (seedlings or saplings)
    • verb: single, 3rd person present: singles, gerund or present participle: singling, past tense: singled, past participle: singled

    • noun: single, plural noun: singles

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    名詞

    • 1. an individual person or thing rather than part of a pair or a group.
    • a short record or CD featuring one main song or track.
    • people who are unmarried or not involved in a stable sexual relationship the divorce rate is rising so you'll see more singles in their late 30s and early 40s a singles holiday
    • British a ticket that is valid only for an outward journey.
    • a bedroom, especially in a hotel, that is suitable for one person.
    • a single measure of spirits.
    • US informal a one-dollar note.
    • 2. a hit for one run.
    • a hit which allows the batter to proceed safely to first base.
    • 3. (especially in tennis and badminton) a game or competition for individual players, not pairs or teams.
    • 4. a system of change-ringing in which one pair of bells changes places at each round.

    動詞

    • 1. choose someone or something from a group for special treatment one newspaper was singled out for criticism
    • 2. thin out (seedlings or saplings) hand hoes are used for singling roots
    • 3. reduce (a railway track) to a single line the South Western line was singled west of Salisbury
    • 4. hit a single Cohen singled to centre
    • cause (a run) to be scored by hitting a single.
    • advance (a runner) by hitting a single.
    • adv.
      without help from anyone else: he sailed single-handed round the world
    • adj.
      done without help from anyone else: a single-handed crusade

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      without help from anyone else: he sailed single-handed around the world
    • adj.
      done without help from anyone else: a single-handed crusade

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a stick of about a sword's length.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a line of people or things arranged one behind another: we trooped along in single file a single-file column
    • adv.
      one behind another: we walked single file

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a currency used by all the members of an economic federation.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a line of people or things arranged one behind another: we trooped along in single file a single-file column
    • adv.
      one behind another: we walked single file

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a boat or other craft that can be sailed single-handed.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a boat or other craft that can be sailed single-handed.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    美式

    • adj.
      only one; not one of several: a single red rose the kingdom was ruled over by a single family
    • n.
      an individual person or thing rather than part of a pair or a group.
    • v.
      choose someone or something from a group for special treatment: one newspaper was singled out for criticism

    Oxford American Dictionary