English translation of 'solitario'
(soliˈtarjo)ria ri rie
una strada buia e solitaria
- (passante, navigatore)
- (luogo, strada)
a dark, lonely roadè un tipo solitario
he is a loner
masculine noun, feminine noun
patiencesto facendo un solitario
I'm playing patience
'solitario' in Other Languages
British English: lonesome /ˈləʊnsəm/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is lonesome is unhappy because they do not have any friends or do not have anyone to talk to.
I've grown so lonesome, thinking of you.
- American English: lonesome
- Arabic: وَحِيْدٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: só
- Chinese: 寂寞的
- Croatian: usamljen
- Czech: osamělý
- Danish: ensom
- Dutch: verlaten
- European Spanish: solitario
- Finnish: yksinäinen
- French: solitaire
- German: einsam
- Greek: μοναχικός
- Italian: solitario
- Japanese: 孤独の
- Korean: 외로운
- Norwegian: ensom
- Polish: osamotniony
- European Portuguese: só
- Romanian: cuprins de dor
- Russian: одинокий
- Spanish: solitario
- Swedish: ensam
- Thai: เดียวดาย
- Turkish: yalnız
- Ukrainian: усамітнений
- Vietnamese: cô đơn
British English: lone ADJECTIVE
If you talk about a lone person or thing, you mean that they are alone.
A lone woman motorist waited for six hours for help yesterday because of a name mix-up.
British English: loner NOUN
If you describe someone as a loner, you mean they prefer to be alone rather than with a group of people.
I'm very much a loner – I never go out.
British English: rogue ADJECTIVE
A rogue element is someone or something that behaves differently from others of its kind, often causing damage.
Computer systems are being affected by mysterious rogue programs, known as viruses.
British English: solitary ADJECTIVE
A person or animal that is solitary spends a lot of time alone.
He was a shy, pleasant, solitary man.
Translation of solitario from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary