English numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: one
    Ordinal: first
    Frequency: once
    Multiplier: single
    Distributive: singly
    Fractional: whole
    Number of musicians: solo

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Singular
solo

Plural
solos or soli

  1. (music) A solo is a piece of music for one performer.
  2. A solo is something that is done by one person alone.

AdjectiveEdit

Positive
solo

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. If something is done solo, you do it without a companion.
    Her solo is set to be released next summer.

AdverbEdit

Positive
solo

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. If you do something solo, you do it alone.
    She spent most of her life flying solo.

VerbEdit

Plain form
solo

Third-person singular
solos

Past tense
soloed

Past participle
soloed

Present participle
soloing

Plain form
solo

Third-person singular
soloes

Past tense
soloed

Past participle
soloed

Present participle
soloing

  1. (music) If you solo, you perform a solo.