solo

alone; i.e., executed by a single instrument or voice.
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Solo

an improvised passage over music
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Solo

• (a.) Performing, or performed, alone; uncombined, except with subordinate parts, voices, or instruments; not concerted. • (a.) A tune, air, strain, or a whole piece, played by a single person on an instrument, or sung by a single voice.
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solo

(from the article `ombre`) ...making any number of discards and drawing replacements from the stock. Vuelta is the same, except that the declarer must accept as trump the suit ...
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solo

(from the article `survival training`) On completion of training, each student undergoes a final test called the `solo,` in which he is left in a remote area for several days and nights ...
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Solo

1) A circuit in a console that allows just one channel (or several selected channels) to be heard or to reach the output.
2) In music, the instrument or segment where an instrument is the featured instrument for a short period, often playing a melody.
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solo

unaccompanied adverb without anybody else; `the child stayed home alone`; `he flew solo`
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solo

adjective composed or performed by a single voice or instrument; `a passage for solo clarinet`
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solo

(solamente) only
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solo

[Adjective] Alone or unaccompanied.
Example: Now that I've got my pilot's licence I can fly solo.
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Solo

[Australian soft drink] In Australia, Solo is a carbonated lemon-flavoured soft drink manufactured by Schweppes Australia. Solo was launched in Australia in 1973 as the ready to drink version of traditional `pub squash`. It is positioned as a very masculine drink and has had many television commercials that play to its overtly male image., ...
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Solo

[debit card] Solo was a debit card in the United Kingdom introduced as a sister to the then existing Switch. Launched on 1 July 1997 by the Switch Card Scheme, it was designed for use on deposit accounts, as well as by customers who did not qualify for a Switch card (or, later, Maestro card) on current accounts such as teenagers. The Solo c...
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Solo

[dinghy] The National Solo class is a racing dinghy designed by Jack Holt in 1956. The Solo is sailed in the United Kingdom, Holland and Australia. Originally designed in wood, competitive boats are now widely available in Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) or composite construction (FRP hull and wood deck) as well as wood. 2006 was the 50th an...
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Solo

[magazine] Solo is a magazine published in Sweden. It was the fifteenth best selling magazine in the country in 2004. ...
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Solo

[music] In music, a solo (from the solo, meaning alone, even though assolo is now used in Italy when referring to the musical solo) is a piece or a section of a piece played or sung by a single performer. In practice this means a number of different things, depending on the type of music and the context. The word is also used for the act of...
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Solo

[Norwegian soft drink] Solo is an orange-flavoured soft drink, owned by the Norwegian companies Ringnes, Oskar Sylte, Aass, and Mack. The recipe was originally Swedish, and brought to the Tønsberg Bryggeri by Torleif Gulliksrud in 1934. Solo quickly became the Norway`s most popular soft drink, and until the 1960s was bigger than Coca-Cola ...
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Solo

[racing yacht] Solo is an Australian ex-ocean racing yacht, winning over 80 races during her eight-year racing career, all on the east coast of Australia. Solo has circumnavigated the world three times, circumnavigated Australia twice and was charted for two Antarctic expeditions. All of these achievements plus many more have earned her the...
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Solo

[restaurant] Solo was a restaurant in Gorichem, Netherlands. It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star for the period 2007-2012. On 2 September 2014 it was made known that the restaurant had closed down. Head chef of Solo in the period of the Michelinstar was Mohammed el Harouchi. After the accident of El Harouchi, ...
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Solo

[Stockhausen] Solo for a melody instrument with feedback is a work for a soloist with live electronics (four technician assistants) composed in 1965–66 by Karlheinz Stockhausen. It is Nr. 19 in his catalogue of works. Performance duration can vary from 10½ to 19 minutes. ==History== Solo was first sketched in 1964 and is closely related ...
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Solo

So'lo adjective (Music) Performing, or performed, alone; uncombined, except with subordinate parts, voices, or instruments; not concerted.
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Solo

So'lo noun ; plural English Solos , Italian Soli . [ Italian , from Latin solus alone. See Sole , adjective ] (Mus.) A tune, air, strain, or a whole piece, played by a single person on an instrument, or sung by a single voice.
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solo

a composition for a single voice or instrument
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Solo

A rush by a player without assistance from a teammate.
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solo

a rush by a player without assistance from a teammate.
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Solo

A single shot of espresso. See also Doppio.
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