- = solitary, isolated, sole, separate, apart, abandoned, detached, by yourself, unattended, unaccompanied, out on a limb, unescorted, on your tod (slang) •
He was all alone in the middle of the hall.
opposites: accompanied, among others, escorted, together
- = lonely, abandoned, deserted, isolated, solitary, estranged, desolate, forsaken, forlorn, destitute, lonesome (mainly US & Canadian), friendless •
Never in her life had she felt so alone.
- = unique, only, single, lone, solitary, one and only, sui generis •
Am I alone in recognising these facts?
- = solely, only, individually, singly, exclusively, uniquely •
You alone should determine what is right for you.
- = by yourself, independently, unaided, unaccompanied, without help, on your own, unassisted, without assistance, under your own steam •
He was working alone, and did not have an accomplice.
opposites: with help, with assistance, together
'alone' in Other Languages
- British English: alone When you are alone, you are not with any other people.She wanted to be alone.əˈləʊn ADJECTIVE
- Arabic: وَحِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: sozinho sozinha
- Chinese: 单独的
- Croatian: sam sama
- Czech: sám sama
- Danish: alene
- Dutch: alleen
- European Spanish: solo solaaislado
- Finnish: yksin
- French: seul
- German: allein
- Greek: μόνος μόνη
- Italian: solo sola
- Japanese: ただ一人の
- Korean: 홀로
- Norwegian: alene
- Polish: samotny samotna
- Portuguese: sozinho sozinha
- Romanian: singur singură, singuri, singure
- Russian: одинокий одинокая
- Spanish: solo sola
- Swedish: ensam ensamt
- Thai: โดยลำพัง
- Turkish: yalnız
- Ukrainian: сам
- Vietnamese: một mình
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