British English: ADJECTIVE If you talk about a lone person or thing, you mean that they are alone.A lone woman motorist waited for six hours for help yesterday because of a name mix-up.American English: Brazilian Portuguese: solitárioChinese: 孤单的European Spanish: French: German: Italian: Japanese: 一人のKorean: 혼자의European Portuguese: Latin American Spanish: British English: NOUN If you describe someone as a loner, you mean they prefer to be alone rather than with a group of people.I'm very much a loner – I never go out.American English: Brazilian Portuguese: solitárioChinese: 不合群的人European Spanish: persona & solitarioFrench: German: Italian: Japanese: 一人で行動する人Korean: 혼자 있는 것을 즐기는 사람European Portuguese: Latin American Spanish: persona & solitaria British English: ADJECTIVE A reclusive person or animal lives alone and deliberately avoids the company of others.She had been living a reclusive life since her marriage broke up.American English: Brazilian Portuguese: reclusoChinese: 隐居的European Spanish: recluidoFrench: German: Italian: segregatoJapanese: 孤独を好むKorean: 은둔한European Portuguese: Latin American Spanish: recluido British English: ADJECTIVE A person or animal that is solitary spends a lot of time alone.He was a shy, pleasant, solitary man.American English: Brazilian Portuguese: solitárioChinese: 独处的European Spanish: French: German: Italian: Japanese: ひとりぼっちのKorean: 혼자 잘 지내는European Portuguese: Latin American Spanish: . With Reverso you can find the French translation, definition or synonym for solitaire and thousands of other words. You can complete the translation of solitaire given by the French-English Collins dictionary with other dictionaries such as: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Larousse dictionary, Le Robert, Oxford, Grévisse. Il reste à inventer les systèmes permettant de mener ces engins à coup sûr en solitaire sans jouer leur stabilité à pile ou face. Le Nouvel Observateur (2002) Ils affirment ne vouloir en aucun cas exercer un leadership solitaire qui les effraie..