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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  
estar solito v.
be all on one's own; be all alone

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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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
Así que has incrementado el nivel de dificultad tú solito al no escoger la ruta correcta. So you've ramped up the difficulty level yourself by not choosing the correct route.
De modo que no se te ocurrió a ti solito, sino que fue cobrando forma a través de las discusiones que manteníais entre los tres a medida que decidíais el enfoque que queríais darle a The Last Story. So you didn't come up with it all by yourself, rather the plot steadily took shape over the course of discussions between the three of you as you determined the approach you'd take towards The Last Story.
Mucho no me lo creí porque la gente vive diciéndome mentiras: pero, ¡justo hoy me siento tan solito que necesito tener un padre imaginario que me mime, que me escuche, que me hable, que me rete! I didn't believe much of it since people lie to me all day long, but today I feel so lonely I need to have some imaginary father who spoils and pampers me, who listens to me, talks to me, who rebukes me!
Solito, frustrado, carente y con depresión... Lonely, frustrated, needy and depressed...
Me lo comí todo yo solito. I ate it all by myself.
Porque además el maíz nunca ha sido solito. Siempre está en una profunda relación con los pueblos. And what is more, maize has never existed in isolation: it has always been closely associated with people.
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