single
[sɪŋgəl]

adjective

[Definition]: one, not married

[Example Sentences]:
1. The largest single trend noted in the report was the rise of ransomware in 2016.
2. Besides the triple charging pad, you can also buy a single charging pad for $28.
3. A single Good Night bulb costs $24.95.
4. For the AWS RDS service, a single medium instance of MySQL, known as a db.m3.
5. No one shows it having more than a single percent of the market.
6. The authorities say they now want to create a single list.
7. Some will use the single point while others will use the series of points.
8. It includes everything from computer hardware to algorithms and software running in a single system.
9. That information is now in the head of every single Samsung licensing executive.
10. That is the largest single market for an American company in the world.
11. A single tower is expected to take three to five days to complete.
12. It might take me five to eight hours to process a single image.
13. This allows users to access resources using a single set of digital credentials.
14. There is no single definition of what makes a city a tech center.
15. The whole process was done in a few hours without a single glitch.


[Antonyms]married

[Synonyms]unmarried
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