SINGLE的中文释义为单一的；单身的，音标为[ˈsɪŋɡl]。例句：People that are single tend to be more footloose.单身族们常过得无拘无束。
single crystal 单晶
single day 单身日；光棍节
single room n. 单人房，单人间
1.Are you still single?
2.The bridge crosses the river in a single span.
3.People that are single tend to be more footloose.
4.When will the single currency be operable?
5.She wore a single strand of pearls around her neck.
6.These days work plays an important part in a single woman’s life.
7.In general, employers do little to help the single working mother.
8.There is no need to advertise the fact that you are a single woman.
9.If you are travelling alone, the single room supplement is $25 a night.
10.Most single parents are either divorced or separated.
11.Small businesses are well situated to benefit from the single market.
12.The extra payments are a lifeline for most single mothers.
13.Single parents cope heroically in doing the job of two people.
14.His comments were deeply offensive to a large number of single mothers.
15.It might be possible for a single woman to be accepted as a foster parent.
16.The Chinese make up the largest single ethnic group in the city’s public classrooms.
17.Some couples see single women as a threat to their relationships.
18.All my friends were either lovey-dovey couples or wild, single girls.
19.When I was single I never worried about money – it was a bit of a blind spot.
20.Many previously separate groups are now operating under the umbrella of a single authority.
21.I was bringing up my three children as a single parent.