There are 2 translations of singular in Spanish:

singular1

Pronunciation: /ˈsɪŋgjələr; ˈsɪŋgjʊlə(r)/

adj

  • 1 [Ling] singular the singular form of the word el singular de la palabra the second person singular of the verb la segunda persona del singular del verbo
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    • In American English, collective nouns usually take a singular verb.
    • There are other singular words for classes or units of people.
    • ‘Please inform the writers that the names of teams take the singular verb,’ he says.
  • 2 [formal] (usu before n) 2.1 (exceptional) [beauty/achievement] singular [formal] 2.2 (unusual) [adventure/appearance/occurrence] raro, extraño, singular
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    • Barely are we into what is broadly described as ‘recovery’ than we see already a strange and singular characteristic.
    • He never strayed from the sinister, sensitive steps that marked his strange and singular songwriting path.
    • In one of the more bizarre twists in a truly singular career, August 1968 saw The Incredible String Band in upstate New York as part of the Woodstock festival.
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    • They had a singular beauty, outstanding amongst the exotic growth of fern and ponga on the slopes below.
    • No one else does with available light what Godard does, which brings about a singular beauty.
    • Christmas, of course, is a special case, and Dunkeld Cathedral is a place of singular beauty, but the trend still needs some explanation.

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There are 2 translations of singular in Spanish:

singular2

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  • singular (m) in the singular en singular
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    • Feminine contrasts with both masculine and neuter, not only in the nominative and accusative singular, but in the genitive and dative singular as well.
    • You may have noticed I said rod in the singular in that last paragraph, with good reason.
    • This refers back to the dialectical relationship between movements in the plural and a movement in the singular.

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