- adj. 单身的；独自的；寂寞的；人迹稀少的
- n. (Lone)人名；(西、肯)洛内；(丹)隆娜；(缅)伦
缩写自alone,即all one. 由单独的引申词义孤独的。拼写比较mend,amend.
- lone (adj.)
- late 14c., "having no companion, solitary," shortening of alone (q.v.) by weakening of stress or else by misdivision of what is properly all one. The Lone Star in reference to "Texas" is first recorded 1843, from its flag. Lone wolf in the figurative sense is 1909, American English.
- 1. Ninety per cent of lone parent families are headed by mothers.
- 2. He was shot by a lone gunman.
- 3. a lone sailor crossing the Atlantic
- 4. A lone sea gull flew across the sky.
- 5. Rosy evening clouds and lone ducks fly together.
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