Russian English Dictionary

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одинокий in English:

1. lone lone


He was the lone survivor of the tsunami.
Hawaii is the lone U.S. island state.
He put up a brave and lone struggle, but up against such heavy odds he couldn't get his business plan accepted.
Now that I think of it, where's Tanimoto? "Playing the lone wolf, as always."
When the tip was a lone dime thrown into a glass, the waitress would raise the glass while hastily preparing the table for the next customer. She would then spill the water and that would be it.

2. lonely


I'm lonely.
Lonely people tend to be afraid of meeting others, which ensures they will always be lonely.
If you didn't have him to exchange letters with, you would be lonely.
What on earth are you doing in such a lonely place?
Working from home via computer can be lonely.
Mary was lonely because the other students didn't talk to her.
Lonely people perpetuate their own loneliness through their fear of others.
In a sense, I am turning around the argument made by David Riesman in The Lonely Crowd.
They will lodge by twos and threes in lonely farmhouses.
My grandfather died a few years ago and since that time she has been a little bit lonely.
I‘m lonely and I know almost no one
I became so lonely; I often used to sit in my car and listen to the kind voice of the satnav lady.
My friends were all busy last weekend so I went for a walk on my own in the park. I didn't feel lonely because I took my dog with me. Sometimes when I am in a new city on my own I feel lonely because I don't have any friends.
I think Joanna’s a bit lonely in London.
To Japanese, an American baby sleeping by himself seems lonely.

English word "одинокий"(lonely) occurs in sets:

300 most important Russian adjectives 101 - 125
Прилагательные в Английском 151-175