select from others for special attention, etc.
a single ticket
s single run
having only one part, quality; being only one
"he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"
"they had lunch at one"
"individual drops of rain"
"please mark the individual pages"
"they went their individual ways"
"single chrysanthemums resemble daisies and may have more than one row of petals"
"upon the hill stood a single tower"
"had but a single thought which was to escape"
"a single survivor"
"a single serving"
"a single lens"
"a single thickness"
"unmarried men and women"
"sex and the single girl"
"are you married or single?"
"an individual serving"
"a single bed"
"a single legal code for all"
"judging a contest with a single eye"
"a single devotion to duty"
"gained their exclusive attention"
"the batter singled to left field"
'Refer to me as a bachelorette.' 'I think the term is swinging single now.'
出自： M. Gordon
She lived in a condominium complex for singles.
出自： D. Leavitt
Behold her, single in the field, yon solitary Highland lass.
She was quite single and by herself, deriving from nobody.
出自： D. H. Lawrence
His early sheep knowledge came back to him as he began to single out the ewe.
出自： N. M. Gunn
When I talk to a group of people I always have to single one out and talk to him.
出自： S. Plath
Why have you singled this out for criticism?
He singled out in human nature the ugly elements to mock at.
Three other people were singled out for special praise.
He was singled out to succeed his uncle.
误 Why have you singled me up for criticism?
正 Why have you singled me out for criticism?
析 single out 是短语动词,作“挑出,选出”解,其中副词 out 不能由 up 替代。