简明英汉词典

alone
[E5lEun]
adj.
单独的, 独一无二的, 孤独的, 独自的
adv.
独自地

美国传统词典[双解]

alone
a.lone
AHD:[…-l?n“]
D.J.[*6loun]
K.K.[*6lon]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Being apart from others; solitary.
离开他人的;孤独的

(2)

Being without anyone or anything else; only.
单独的:没有其它任何人或任何事物的;仅仅,只有

(3)

Considered separately from all others of the same class.
与众不同的:与同类中其它事物隔开单独考虑的

(4)

Being without equal; unique.
不可比的;独特的
adv.(副词)

(1)

Without others:
单独地:
sang alone while the choir listened.
独唱时唱诗班倾听

(2)

Without help:
无助地:
carried the suitcases alone.
独自提着行李箱

(3)

Exclusively; only:
独一无二地;唯一地:
The burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone.
唯有检方负有举证责任

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

al [all] * see all
al [所有] *参见 all

(3)

one [one] * see one
one [一个] *参见 one

继承用法

aloneness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

alonelonelylonesomesolitary

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they describe lack of companionship.
这些形容词在表示缺少伙伴这个意思时可进行比较。

(3)

Alone emphasizes being apart from others but does not necessarily imply unhappiness:
Alone 强调不和他人在一起但并不意味不快乐:
“I am never less alone, than when I am alone” (James Howell).
“我从来不比自己独处时更孤独” (詹姆斯·豪威尔)。

(4)

Lonely often connotes painful awareness of being alone:
Lonely 常指痛苦地意识到自己独自一人:
“‘No doubt they are dead,’ she thought, and felt . . . sadder and . . . lonelier for the thought” (Ouida).
“毫无疑问他们都死了,她越想越感到伤心和孤单” (维达)。

(5)

Lonesome emphasizes a plaintive desire for companionship:
Lonesome 强调一种伤感的对伙伴的渴望:
“You must keep up your spirits, mother, and not be lonesome because I'm not at home” (Charles Dickens).
“你一定要振作精神,妈妈,不要因为我不在家就感到孤单” (查尔斯·狄更斯)。

(6)

Solitary often shares the connotations of lonely and lonesome:
Solitary 常包含lonely 和 lonesome两个词的意思:
“Only solitary men know the full joys of friendship” (Willa Cather). Frequently, however, it stresses physical isolation that is self-imposed:
“只有孤独的人才知道友谊的全部快乐” (威拉·凯瑟)。然而这个词通常强调自己所强加的隔离状态:
She thoroughly enjoyed her solitary dinner.
她非常喜欢独自吃的那顿饭。

现代英汉词典

alone
[E5lEJn]
adj.
单独的; 独一无二的
He alone knows the secret.
只有他一人知道秘密。
I am not alone in this opinion.
不只是我一个人有这想法。

词性变化

alone
adv.
单独;独自
She lived alone.
她独居。
The key alone will open the door.
只有这把钥匙能开这个门。
He did it all alone.
这事是他一个人干的。

现代英汉综合大辞典

alone
[E5lEun]
adj.
[只作表语] 单独的; 孤独的, 独自的; 独一无二的
He was alone in the house.
他独自一人在家里。
I am not alone in thinking so.
并非只有我才这样想的。

词性变化

alone
[E5lEun]
adv.

(1)

单独地, 独自地

(2)

[用在名词或代词之后]只有, 唯有, 仅仅
He went home alone.
他独自一人回家去了。
Smith alone knew what happened.
只有史密斯知道发生了什么事。

继承用法

aloneness
n.

习惯用语

all alone
独自一人, 孤零零地

leave sb. alone
听其自然, 不要去管, 让某人独自留在那

leave sth. alone
听其自然, 不要去管, 让某人独自留在那

let sb. alone
听其自然, 不要去管, 让某人独自留在那

let sth.alone
听其自然, 不要去管, 让某人独自留在那

leave severely alone
绝对不理, 严格不介入; 敬而远之; 不再打交道, 不再去干

let alone
至于... 更不必说

let sb. alone
随它去; 不干涉[打扰]

let sth. alone
随它去; 不干涉[打扰]

stand alone in
在…方面独一无二

参考词汇
alone     solitary     lonely     lone     lonesome    
都含有“孤独的”的意思。

(1)

alone 指“独自一人的”, 如:
He was alone in the room.
他独自一人在屋里。

(2)

solitary 指“独居的”, 如:
a solitary life
独居的生活。

(3)

lonely 指“孤单的”、“孤独的”, 如:
He doesn't feel lonely when he is left alone.
在只剩下他一个的时候, 他并不感到孤独。

(4)

lone 用于诗歌中表示“孤单的(感觉)”, 指内心强烈的“忧愁”之感, 如:
The lone sentinel walked toward his post.
忧愁的哨兵走向岗哨。

(5)

lonesome 指“孤独的”、“寂寞的”, 含有“渴望有伴的孤独感”, 如:
He was lonesome for a friend.
他孤独, 急需找到一位朋友。
accompanied    

用法词典

alone
alone=all one独自,单独

英文相关词典

alone
isolated    lonely    solitary    solo    unaccompanied    together    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

alone
单独地;单独的

美国传统词典

alone
a.lone
AHD:[…-l?n“]
D.J.[*6loun]
K.K.[*6lon]
adj.

(1)

Being apart from others; solitary.

(2)

Being without anyone or anything else; only.

(3)

Considered separately from all others of the same class.

(4)

Being without equal; unique.
adv.

(1)

Without others:
sang alone while the choir listened.

(2)

Without help:
carried the suitcases alone.

(3)

Exclusively; only:
The burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

al [all] * see all

(3)

one [one] * see one

继承用法

aloneness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

alone, lonely, lonesome, solitary

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they describe lack of companionship.

(3)

Alone emphasizes being apart from others but does not necessarily imply unhappiness:
“I am never less alone, than when I am alone” (James Howell).

(4)

Lonely often connotes painful awareness of being alone:
“‘No doubt they are dead,’ she thought, and felt . . . sadder and . . . lonelier for the thought” (Ouida).

(5)

Lonesome emphasizes a plaintive desire for companionship:
“You must keep up your spirits, mother, and not be lonesome because I'm not at home” (Charles Dickens).

(6)

Solitary often shares the connotations of lonely and lonesome:
“Only solitary men know the full joys of friendship” (Willa Cather). Frequently, however, it stresses physical isolation that is self-imposed:
She thoroughly enjoyed her solitary dinner.

英汉法学大词典

alone
adj.单独

英汉化学大词典

alone
adj.单独,独自;adv.单独,仅仅

英汉经贸大词典

alone
adj.单独,独自;adv.单独,仅仅

英汉计算机大词典

alone
adj.单独(独自);adv.单独(仅仅)

英汉中医大词典

alone
n.单独地,独自

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