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adjective [usually before noun] solo pronunciation in American English /ˈsoʊloʊ/

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  1. 1
    done by one person alone, without any help

    his first solo flight

    The game is famous for a stunning solo goal from John Barnes.

  2. 2
    performing alone, not as part of a band, orchestra, etc.

    She is releasing a solo album.

    The piano is a good solo instrument.

    solo artist/performer:

    Their former lead singer is now a solo artist.

    1. a.
      performed by one musician or instrument

      the solo violin part

      a solo passage for acoustic guitar

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