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美 ['soʊloʊ] 英 ['səʊləʊ]
  • n.独唱;独奏;独舞;单人表演
  • adj.独自的;单独的;独唱的;独奏的
  • v.独唱;放单飞
  • adv.
  • 网络梭罗;独奏曲;索罗
复数:solos  过去分词:soloed  现在分词:soloing  
  • piano solo,solo artist,solo album
  • adv.
  • alone,on your own,singly,by yourself
  • adj.
  • single,unaccompanied,lone
  • 用法解析

    1.

    独自的;单独的

    done by one person alone, without anyone helping them

    his first solo flight

    他的首次单飞

    a solo effort

    一人之力

    2.

    独唱的;独奏的

    connected with or played as a musical solo

    a solo artist(= for example a singer who sings on their own, not as part of a group)

    独唱歌手

    a piece for solo violin

    小提琴独奏曲

    用法解析

    1.

    独唱;独奏;独舞;单人表演

    a piece of music, dance or entertainment performed by only one person

    a guitar solo

    吉他独奏

    2.

    单飞

    a flight in which the pilot flies alone without an instructor (= teacher)

    1.

    单人全场运球直奔篮下或球门

    2.

    单人纸牌戏;一种惠斯特纸牌戏(由一人对抗三人)

    3.

    〔军〕单飞

    4.

    一条龙

    5.

    【音乐】独奏(曲);独唱(曲);独唱[奏];单人舞

    6.

    单独表演;【航空】单飞

    1.

    单人全场运球直奔篮下或球门

    2.

    单人纸牌戏;一种惠斯特纸牌戏(由一人对抗三人)

    3.

    〔军〕单飞

    4.

    一条龙

    5.

    【音乐】独奏(曲);独唱(曲);独唱[奏];单人舞

    6.

    单独表演;【航空】单飞

    1.

    独奏的

    2.

    独唱[奏]的;单独的;单人的

    3.

    独唱的

    4.

    单个的

    1.

    独奏的

    2.

    独唱[奏]的;单独的;单人的

    3.

    独唱的

    4.

    单个的

    1.

    独,单独

    1.

    独唱,独奏;放单飞

    1.

    a piece of music performed by one musician or singer, or a passage for a single player or singer within a longer piece for two or more, a choir, or an orchestra

    2.

    a performance by a single artist such as a musician, singer, or dancer with or without accompaniment

    3.

    an action or feat carried out by one person alone, e.g. a flight in an aircraft or a climb up a mountain

    4.

    a card game in which players play on their own, not in pairs or teams, especially solo whist

    5.

    a motorcycle without a sidecar

    6.

    a piece of music or a part of a piece of music that is performed by one person

    1.

    a piece of music performed by one musician or singer, or a passage for a single player or singer within a longer piece for two or more, a choir, or an orchestra

    2.

    a performance by a single artist such as a musician, singer, or dancer with or without accompaniment

    3.

    an action or feat carried out by one person alone, e.g. a flight in an aircraft or a climb up a mountain

    4.

    a card game in which players play on their own, not in pairs or teams, especially solo whist

    5.

    a motorcycle without a sidecar

    6.

    a piece of music or a part of a piece of music that is performed by one person

    1.

    intended for or executed by somebody performing singly, not as one of a group

    2.

    carried out by one person unaccompanied by anyone else

    3.

    done by one person alone, without any help

    4.

    performing alone, not as part of a band, orchestra etc

    1.

    intended for or executed by somebody performing singly, not as one of a group

    2.

    carried out by one person unaccompanied by anyone else

    3.

    done by one person alone, without any help

    4.

    performing alone, not as part of a band, orchestra etc

    1.

    unaccompanied by anyone, or not performing or doing something as one of a group

    2.

    alone

    1.

    to do something alone, without help or accompaniment, especially to fly an aircraft without an instructor or to perform an artistic solo

    语法用例

    例句1:

    You're flying solo in a hostile environment, trying to take out one of the world's most elusive terrorists.

    你单枪匹马杀入敌营,企图干掉世界上最行踪诡异的恐怖分子。

    例句2:

    For a time, Chewbacca was a slave, toiling away for the betterment of the Empire until an impudent Imperial cadet named Han Solo freed him.

    丘巴卡一度沦为奴隶,为帝国的发展而终日劳累,直到一个鲁莽的帝国军校学员救他为止。这个学员叫汉·索洛。

    例句3:

    One of our students asked me a very interesting question, "during a dance, when should I go solo? "

    我们有个学生曾问我一个有趣的问题“跳舞时,我什么时候该做solo呢?”

    例句4:

    The Tempset was almost certainly Shakespeare's last solo-authored play. we do not know whether he anticipated that this would be the case.

    《暴风雨》几乎肯定是莎士比亚最后一步独立创作的戏剧。我们不知道他是否预料到了会是这种情况。

    例句5:

    It's a cliche image: the solo drinker, belly up to the bar, pouring out his (or her) soul to a sympathetic bartender.

    这是一个很老套的形象:孤独的酒客,挺着肚子走进酒吧,跟有同情心的服务员倾诉(他或她的)衷肠。

    例句6:

    Last December, a court ruled that Laura could remain with her father, despite his support for her plan to sail solo round the world.

    去年12月,法院规定laura可以和她的父亲在一起,尽管他支持她单独环游世界的航程!

    例句7:

    I was also able to incorporate some of his melodic and harmonic moves in the context of my soloing.

    我也能结合他的一些旋律及和声在我自己的solo当中。

    例句8:

    Angus: Why, Rex? You did not do anything wrong. You had the right to leave and go solo.

    安格斯:为什么要道歉,雷克斯?你没有做错事呀。你有权离开我们去跑单帮。

    例句9:

    Solo insisted at the time that she wasn't trying to disparage Scurry.

    单独坚持的时间,她是不是想贬低躲猫猫。

    例句10:

    He said he'd never seen anyone work that way, and it really started his solo career.

    他说他从没见过任何人是那样工作的,然后,他果真开始了他的单飞生涯。

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