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NGSL Rank: 556
ˈsɪŋɡ(ə)l Listen
  • only one; not one of several.
    E.g. a single red rose
  • unmarried or not involved in a stable sexual relationship.
    E.g. a single mother
  • consisting of one part.
    E.g. the studio was a single large room
  • free from duplicity or deceit; ingenuous.
    E.g. a pure and single heart
  • an individual person or thing rather than part of a pair or a group.
  • a hit for one run.
  • (especially in tennis and badminton) a game or competition for individual players, not pairs or teams.
  • a system of change-ringing in which one pair of bells changes places at each round.
  • choose someone or something from a group for special treatment.
    E.g. one newspaper was singled out for criticism
  • thin out (seedlings or saplings).
    E.g. hand hoes are used for singling roots
  • reduce (a railway track) to a single line.
    E.g. the South Western line was singled west of Salisbury
  • hit a single.
    E.g. Cohen singled to centre

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