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الإنجليزية - التركية
yalnız başına
tek başına

Lindbergh'in tek başına sürekli transatlantik uçuşu kayda değer bir başarıydı. - Lindbergh's solo nonstop transatlantic flight was a remarkable accomplishment.

İster tek başına uçuyor ol, ister bir ilişki içinde ol, bu Sevgililer Günü seni düşünüyor olacağım. - Whether you’re flying solo or in a relationship, I'll be thinking of you this Valentine’s Day.

solo
tek

Lindbergh'in tek başına sürekli transatlantik uçuşu kayda değer bir başarıydı. - Lindbergh's solo nonstop transatlantic flight was a remarkable accomplishment.

Charles Lindbergh, Atlantik Okyanusu'nda, 1927 yılında ilk tek kişilik uçuşunu yaptı. - Charles Lindbergh made the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927.

{i} müz. solo
{i} yalnız uçuş
{s} yalnız

Benim tek meslektaşım emekliye ayrıldığından, ben yalnız uçuyorum. - Now that my only colleague has retired, I'm flying solo.

Nancy yalnız bir yolculuğa çıktı. - Nancy set out on a solo journey.

tek başına uçak kullanmak soloistsolist
{s} tek kişilik

Charles Lindbergh, Atlantik Okyanusu'nda, 1927 yılında ilk tek kişilik uçuşunu yaptı. - Charles Lindbergh made the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927.

iskambilde iki veya üç ortağa karşı tek başına oynanan oyun
solo yap
{i} tek kişilik oyun
tek olarak
yalnızca
tek ses veya çalgı için
{s} tek kişinin yaptığı
{i} dans tek başına yapılan gösteri
solo yapmak
solo album
solo albüm
solo parts
solo parçalar
solo singer
solo şarkıcı
solo solo
tek, tek başına, yalnız başına
solo diving
(Askeri) solo dalış
solo flight
tek başına yapılan uçuş
instrumental solo
taksim
a kind of solo folk dance
çiftetelli
to solo
solo yapmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A piece of music for one performer
A job or performance done by one person alone. (e.g., an airplane flight)
A card game similar to whist in which each player plays against the others in turn without a partner
A single shot of espresso
Without a companion or instructor
Of, for, or played as a musical solo
To perform a solo
To perform something in the absence of anyone else; i.e to fly an aircraft alone (especially for the first time)
{n} a tune played or sung by only one person
A canoe designed for a single paddler, seated amidships, using either the traditional canoe paddle or the double-bladed kayak paddle In most cases, a better option for odd numbered parties than traveling three to a canoe
A function commonly found on mixing consoles, soloing a channel is the opposite of pushing a mute switch; solo mutes all channels EXCEPT the one being soloed In general, solo only affects signals in the control room monitors, or headphones on a live console It does not mute signal being sent out other outputs This allows the engineer to listen to individual signals while not interfering with other mixer functions (feeding recorders or PA amplifiers, etc )
To sing or play an instrument without accompaniment
any activity that is performed alone without assistance
without anybody else; "the child stayed home alone"; "he flew solo"
A solo is a piece of music or a dance performed by one person. The original version featured a guitar solo
a flight in which the aircraft pilot is unaccompanied
fly alone, without a co-pilot or passengers
n/vb abbreviation for free solo, climbing without protection or aid
To perform alone or as the predominant part
(n/vb) abbreviation for free solo, climbing without protection or aid
a musical composition for one voice or instrument (with or without accompaniment)
perform a piece written for a single instrument
alone, unaccompanied
alone, on your own
a flight in which the aircraft pilot is unaccompanied any activity that is performed alone without assistance a musical composition for one voice or instrument (with or without accompaniment) perform a piece written for a single instrument fly alone, without a co-pilot or passengers composed or performed by a single voice or instrument; "a passage for solo clarinet
A passage in which one musician improvises new melodies, usually with the accompaniment of a rhythm section
{f} perform alone; fly an airplane without a companion or instructor
– Playing or singing alone
Acronym for Sounding Oceanographic Langrangian Observer, a second-generation ALACE float designed to correct the design flaws of the latter The SOLO uses a single-stroke hydraulic pump allowing full up-down control, and eliminates the internal oil bladder See Davis et al (2001)
(music) one singer or performer performing with or without accompaniment
A tune, air, strain, or a whole piece, played by a single person on an instrument, or sung by a single voice
An event in which individual swimmers compete against one another
Performing, or performed, alone; uncombined, except with subordinate parts, voices, or instruments; not concerted
An independent musical part taken by a single singer, often lasting less than one measure at the start or end of a vocal line
Most common meanings: In Free Improvisation, unaccompanied - in Jazz, accompanied by a rhythm section - in Rock, accompanied by a cast of thousands
{i} musical composition played or sung by one person; performance by a single person; something done alone and without assistance (i.e. airplane flight); game in which a single player opposes others (Cards)
Any flight time during which the Pilot in Command is the sole occupant of the aircraft
{s} written or arranged for a single person or instrument; done by a single person
You use solo to indicate that someone does something alone rather than with other people. He had just completed his final solo album. Mick Taylor, who had long since quit the Stones for a solo career. Solo is also an adverb. Charles Lindbergh became the very first person to fly solo across the Atlantic
A job or performance (e.g., an airplane flight) done by one person alone
A condition of flight that can only exist when the pilot is the sole occupant of the aircraft, i e , no passengers or instructor Applicants for pilot certificates must log at least a specified amount of solo time for each certificate
composed or performed by a single voice or instrument; "a passage for solo clarinet"
A passage or composition for a single voice or instrument
A bicycle for one rider, as opposed to a tandem; a normal bicycle
The Goal! The spiritual state that all Ab initios strive for On my own at last God isn't it quiet in the back Isn't this wonderful Boy isn't this going to cost me a lot in the pub tonight
If you want to listen exclusively to one track, you can mute all other tracks Alternative: Select a track to "solo" (a feature that some sequencing programs offer) [See also: MUTE ]
Your first totally unassisted flight that results in a controlled landing
solo album
A music album headlined by one person who has previously produced music as part of a group or band

HOLLYWOOD: Margaret Whiting huddling with Capitol execs over her first solo album on which she will be backed by Frank De Vol.

solo albums
plural form of solo album
solo concert
A public musical performance given by just one person
Solo River
Longest river in Java, Indonesia. It rises on the slope of Mount Lawu volcano and flows 335 mi (539 km) north and east to discharge into the Java Sea. It is navigable for small craft in much of its upper course; its marshy delta is used for fish ponds
solo exhibition
individual display
solo flight
flight which takes place by an unaccompanied pilot flying alone, first flight performed by a new pilot by himself
solo homer
a home run with no runners on base
solo man
early man of late Pleistocene; skull resembles that of Neanderthal man but with smaller cranial capacity; found in Java
solo whist
A card game played with the full pack ranking as at whist, each player declaring for which of seven different points he proposes to play
Soli
Ancient seaport, Anatolia. Located in what is now south-central Turkey, it was founded by Greek colonists from Rhodes and was a principle city of Cilicia. It was later conquered by Alexander the Great (333 BC). Destroyed in the 1st century BC by Tigranes II of Armenia, it was rebuilt by the Roman general Pompey the Great. Traces of the port's artificial harbour and a portion of a long colonnade remain
sings solo
sings by himself, part of a musical performance sung without a choir
soli
pl
soli
of Solo
solos
plural of solo
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