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solito

  
*      adj  
estar solito      to be all alone, be all on one's own  


sólito         adj   usual, customary
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
be all on one's own
exp.
to be all alone
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he manages perfectly well on his own
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he downed a bottle of wine all by himself
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"solito": examples and translations in context
Me lo comí todo yo solito. I ate it all by myself.
Por ello, a la luz de esta contradicción interna del informe y de la nueva posición de la Comisión de Reglamento solito, en virtud del artículo 129, la devolución a la Comisión de Control Presupuestario del informe Elles. So in view both of the internal contradiction in the report and the Rules Committee's new position, I am asking, under Rule 129, for the Elles report to be referred back to the Committee on Budgetary Control.
- Él tiene que encontrar la verdad - Solito. Well he has to find the truth on his own.
Porque me iba a cazar. Solito. Because I was going out hunting all alone.
Solito, frustrado, carente y con depresión... I'm lonely, I'm needy, I'm cranky and I am depressed.
No. Llevo bastante tiempo vistiéndome solita. I've been dressing myself for quite some time.
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