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single /ˈsɪŋɡəl/ adjective

عزب ، مسابقه یکنفره ، واحد ، منفرد ، تک ، فرد ، تنها ، یک نفری ، انفرادی ، مجرد ، (معمولا با) out جدا کردن ، برگزیدن ، انتخاب کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: ازدواج نکرده ، ورزش: ضربه ای با یک امتیاز با تعویض محل دو توپزن ، قایق یک نفره ، علوم نظامی: تک
کامپیوتر: تنها

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- one, distinct, individual, lone, only, separate, sole, solitary
- individual, exclusive, separate, undivided, unshared
- simple, unblended, unmixed
- unmarried, free, unattached, unwed
- usually with out: pick, choose, distinguish, fix on, pick on or out, select, separate, set apart
Antonyms: married, multiple
Contrasted words: attached, united, wed, several, manifold, many, numerous
Related Idioms: footloose and fancy-free
Related Words: free, unattached, unfettered, celibate, maiden, virgin, individual, singular, especial, special, specific, distinguished, singled-out, distinct
English Thesaurus: married, single, engaged, live together, separated, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. single1 S1 W1 /ˈsɪŋɡəl/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: single, singles, singleness, the singular, singularity; adverb: singly, singularly; adjective: single, singular]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin singulus]

1. ONE [only before noun] only one:
A single tree gave shade from the sun.
They won the game by a single point.
the highest price ever paid for a single work of art
a single-sex school (=one for only boys or girls)

2. every single used to emphasize that you are talking about every person or thing:
Don’t write down every single word I say.
He works every single day.

3. not a single no people or things at all:
The plane was brought down safely and not a single passenger was killed.
We didn’t get a single reply to the advertisement.

4. the single biggest/greatest etc used to emphasize that you are talking about the one thing that is the biggest, greatest etc:
Cigarette smoking is the single most important cause of lung cancer.
Tourism is the country’s single biggest earner.

5. NOT MARRIED not married, or not involved in a romantic relationship with anyone:
The changes in tax rates will benefit single people the most.
Is he single?

6. single bed/room etc a bed, room etc that is meant to be used by one person only:
You have to pay extra for a single room.double1(4)

7. TICKET British English a single ticket etc is for a trip from one place to another but not back again Synonym : one-wayreturn, round-trip

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. single2 noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: single, singles, singleness, the singular, singularity; adverb: singly, singularly; adjective: single, singular]

1. MUSIC a CD that has only one song on it, not a number of songs, or a song which is sold in this way ⇒ album:
Have you heard their latest single?

a) one run2 in a game of cricket
b) a hit that allows the person who is hitting the ball to reach first base in a game of baseball

3. TENNIS singles [uncountable] a game, especially in tennis, in which one person plays on their own against another person:
I prefer playing singles.
Who won the women’s singles?doubles at double2(3)

4. NOT MARRIED singles [plural] people who are not married and are not involved in a romantic relationship with anyone:
The show is especially popular among young singles.
a singles night at the club

5. TICKET British English a ticket for a trip from one place to another but not back again Synonym : one-way ticket American Englishreturn:
A single to Oxford, please.

6. MONEY American English a piece of paper money worth one dollar:
Anybody have five singles?

7. ROOM a room in a hotel for just one person ⇒ double:
I’m afraid we haven’t got any singles available.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. single3 verb
single somebody/something ↔ out phrasal verb
to choose one person or thing from among a group because they are better, worse, more important etc than the others
single somebody/something ↔ out for
I don’t see why he should be singled out for special treatment.
single somebody/something ↔ out as
One programme was singled out as being particularly good.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. ticket
VERB + SINGLE buy, get I got a single to Birmingham.
PREP. ~ to A single to Stratford, please.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. CD, tape, etc.
ADJ. best-selling, hit | debut, first | forthcoming | latest, new
VERB + SINGLE play She was in her room playing her singles.
release (sth as) The band later released this album track as a single.
SINGLE + VERB come out
SINGLE + NOUN chart number one in the singles chart
PHRASES ~ by It was voted the best single by a solo artist.
~ from the new single from the band ‘Therapy?’

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. singles: in tennis
ADJ. junior, men's, women's
VERB + SINGLE play I prefer playing singles to doubles.
win She won the junior singles.
SINGLE + NOUN championship, final, match | champion, player | title
PHRASES in the ~ She decided not to play in the singles.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: every single

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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