English translation of अकेला
अकेलाPowered by COBUILD /akela/
Definitions and Translations
/akela, akelA, akelaa, akelā, kela, kelA, kelaa, kelā/
1. alone adjective after link verb
A person who is alone is someone who has no family or friends.
⇒ Never in her life had she felt so alone, so abandoned.
2. by preposition
If you are by yourself, you are alone. If you do something by yourself, you do it without any help.
3. desolate adjective
If someone is desolate, they feel very lonely and depressed.
4. lone adjective before noun
A lone person or thing is alone or is the only one in a particular place.
⇒ He was shot by a lone gunman.
5. lonely adjective
A lonely person is unhappy because they are alone, or because they do not have any friends. You can also use lonely to describe a situation or period of time in which someone feels lonely.
⇒ ...those long, lonely nights.
6. only adjective before noun
If you talk about the only person or thing involved in a particular situation, you mean there are no others involved in it.
⇒ She was the only woman in the legal department.
7. sole adjective before noun
If you have sole charge or ownership of something, you are the only person in charge of it or who owns it.
⇒ Many women are left as the sole providers in families.
8. solitary adjective before noun
A solitary activity is one that you do alone.
⇒ His evenings were spent in solitary thought.
9. solitary adjective
A person or animal that is solitary spends a lot of time alone.
10. solitary adjective before noun
A solitary person or object is alone and has no others nearby.
11. unique adjective after link verb
If something is unique to one thing or person, it concerns or belongs only to that thing or person.
⇒ This animal is unique to Borneo.
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Translation of अकेला from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary