独り, 一人ぼっち, 独りぼっち, 一人者, 人懐かしい単身, 一人で, 単独で
Adjective(1) isolated from others(2) lacking companions or companionship(3) exclusive of anyone or anything else(4) radically distinctive and without equal
Adverb(1) without any others being included or involved(2) without anybody else or anything else
(1) Gone are the days of single sales alone getting bands to the much coveted number one position.(2) Did he not know that it was unsafe to walk alone in the present circumstances?(3) It was the first time James and I had been together alone for over six years.(4) It showed millions of people around the world that they're not alone in their desolation.(5) Both women were sopranos, and we saw them sing alone and together a number of times.(6) For this single reason alone it is a most welcome addition to Indian film literature.(7) I threatened to tell her but he says he would just laugh it off and make her think it is because I am alone and lonely.(8) This programme will not be confined to boys alone and is open to girls, too.(9) This reconstruction of events is something that cannot be accomplished through participant observation alone .(10) She was supported by a small pension and lived alone and friendless in a small rented room.(11) Neither approach alone can begin to present a complete picture of the writers involved.(12) He sacked six of these in the a single season alone and appointed no fewer than 23 in his 16 years as club president.(13) Dharmalingam observed that the call for a clean environment was not confined to this generation alone .(14) For her, progress of a student should never be confined to academics alone .(15) She knew her mother wouldn't approve of them spending an evening at home alone together.(16) The purpose of a support group is to give you a sense that you are not alone in your sorrow.
(1) leave me alone :: 私をほっといて
(2) all alone :: 孤独に
(3) stand-alone :: スタンドアローン
(4) leave alone :: 放置
(5) walk alone :: 一人で歩きます
(6) live alone :: 一人で暮らす
(7) let me alone :: 一人にして
1. by oneself ::
2. unaided ::
3. lonely ::
4. apart ::
5. only ::
6. lone ::
7. unequaled ::
8. unaccompanied ::
9. entirely ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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I'm curious as to why
we're not eating ALONE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 3
I want a moment ALONE with him.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 1
But he can't do it ALONE.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7
...because he's afraid of being ALONE?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 24
You were home ALONE
and had no one to play with?
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 19
English to Japanese Dictionary: alone
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