Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Solo"

The meaning of "Solo" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does solo mean?
A: The English word solo usually means alone or on one's own.
The Italian word solo means "only" in English
Q: What does was solo singing on my own mean?
A: It means singing alone, not being part of a group or having an ensemble
Q: What does solo mean?
A: Solo (inglés) = solo / sola (español)
Q: What does solo ride until i die mean?
A: um did someone say they would die riding solo?
Q: What does I'm riding solo mean?
A: i think it means "i'm single"
not sure doe

i'm ridin solo x4 nananana you can't stop my shine, im ridin solo x4

😂😂

Example sentences using "Solo"

Q: Please show me example sentences with both...and (no solo, si no también, tanto como).
A: Both Trump and Biden are old white guys. (you could also say 'Trump and Biden are both old white guys')

I can offer you both wine and beer, which do you prefer? (you could say 'either wine and beer', too)

I am working both Saturday and Sunday, it really sucks!
Q: Please show me example sentences with solo.
A: Are you bringing a date to the party?
No I’m going solo. (You’re going by yourself)
Q: Please show me example sentences with flying solo.
A: "I had a boyfriend last year, but now I'm flying solo."
"I am very independent, so I'm okay with flying solo"
"His girlfriend broke his heart, so now he's taking a break from relationships and flying solo."
Q: Please show me example sentences with solo.
A: His favourite sport is solo rock climbing.

She's on her first solo trip around the world.

My mother did her first solo camping trip last weekend.

Synonyms of "Solo" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between solo and solitaire ?
A: Solo is another word for alone, flying solo is a common english phrase. Solitaire is typically in reference to a specific card game called solitaire.
Q: What is the difference between
1. 'Solo for clarinet' and
2. 'A clarinet solo' ?
A: A clarinet solo may be within a piece and the focus is only on the clarinet for a short time, while a solo for clarinet is a piece that revolves around the clarinet playing the whole piece and is the center of attention
Q: What is the difference between solo and sole ?
A: Solo is like “unaccompanied” or something that was done unaccompanied
Ex. A solo album, a solo artist (one artist)

“Sole” is like “only”
Ex. The sole reason for my success, my sole excuse is that I was upset
Q: What is the difference between solo and alone ?
A: I agree with the other commenters.

Solo can also sometimes have a less negative or embarrassing feel than "alone".

To give an example, I think there is a slight difference in nuance between the phrases "travelling alone" and "solo travel". For "solo travel", maybe you choose to travel somewhere alone and you are content with it; maybe benefit from it emotionally or spiritually in some way. To me, I think it sounds like the person is choosing to express a tiny bit of pride or confidence in themselves, compared to the phrase "travelling alone". But there isn't a huge difference.

あくまで自分の考えですが。^^
Q: What is the difference between solo and alone ?
A: solo-a thing done by one person unaccompanied, in particular.
example:
Alone-having no one else present; on one's own.
example: she was alone that night

Translations of "Solo"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Déjame solo
A: Leave me alone.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? solo tienes que practicar, al principio es dificil pero luego es facil
A: you just have to practice, at first it is difficult but later it is easy
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "solo las personas mas fuertes lloran, siempre da una sonrisa"
A: Only the strongest people cry, always give a smile
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "solo yo, un lapiz y un hoja en blanco, no necesito mas...”
A: Only me, a pencil and a blank note, I don't need anything else...
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? solo un poquito
A: "Would you like more cake?" "Yes, but just a little bit."
"I am older than her, but just a little bit."
"I am just a little bit tired, so I can continue working."

Other questions about "Solo"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce solo la escuela más "pija" tiene esas instalaciones e infraestructura.
A: The poshest schools have those facilities and infrastructure
Q: Q1
What does "solo practitioners" mean?

Q2
What does "have difficulty delegating" mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>
Big law firms are, for the most part, conservative institutions that often represent a wide range of clients with varying business interests, many of whom tend to shy away from controversy, regardless of their politics. Mr. Giuliani’s connection to Mr. Trump, his unpredictability and his recent history of outbursts in his frequent television appearances could make him a challenging client.

Lawyers who are solo practitioners were concerned that Mr. Giuliani, who is known to have difficulty delegating, would try to manage his own case, according to a person close to Mr. Giuliani.
A: 1) They work alone, typically in a professional sense.

2) They have a hard time giving tasks to people.
Q: 1. I am honored to get solo Nobel science prize.

2. I am so honored to pass Havard University exam without anyone helps.


3. I am deeply thinking about how to solve this problem without other problem.


Does this sound natural?
A: 1. I am honored to get the only Nobel science prize.

2. I am honored to have passed the Havard University exam without anyone help.


3. I'm thinking deeply about how to solve this problem without adding more problems.




Q: I have never traveled solo trip.

私は一度も一人旅をしたことがありません。 Does this sound natural?
A: I have never traveled on a solo trip.
Or
I have never traveled alone.

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