sin·gle [sing-guhl] Show IPA adjective, verb, sin·gled, sin·gling, noun
one person or thing; a single one.
an accommodation suitable for one person only, as a hotel room or a table at a restaurant: to reserve a single.
a ticket for a single seat at a theater.
a one-way ticket.
a steam locomotive having one driving wheel on each side.
an unmarried person, especially one who is relatively young.
Baseball . Also called one-base hit. a base hit that enables a batter to reach first base safely.
singles, ( used with a singular verb ) a match with one player on each side, as a tennis match.
Golf . twosome ( def. 4 ) .
Cricket . a hit for which one run is scored.
Informal . a one-dollar bill.
a phonograph record, CD, or cassette usually having two songs.
one of the songs recorded on a single.
Often, singles. Textiles .
reeled or spun silk that may or may not be thrown.
a one-ply yarn of any fiber that has been drawn and twisted.