Translation for 'solitude' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN1   solitude | -
NOUN2   a solitude | solitudes
SYNO purdah | solitude
solitude {noun}самота {ж}
solitude {noun}уединение {ср}
solitude {noun}уединеност {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Symbolic animals: Falcon is used to symbolize solitude and passion.
  • Marisol is a Spanish name. It is a shortened form of "María de la Soledad" (literally "Mary of the solitude"), a title given to the Virgin Mary, corresponding to English "Our Lady of Solitude".
  • Aranyageya-gāna: Practiced in solitude of forest. Also called Rahasyageyo-gān.
  • The protagonist of the section, "The Intimate Diary of Solitude" is Mariquita Samper, a Macy's makeup artist, who shoots to kill the narrator of "One Hundred Years of Solitude" for exploiting intimacy and solitude.
  • This locality is the region at the southernmost of the town, named thus as it used to be a very isolated location, hence the name "solitude", French for "loneliness".

  • Loneliness overlaps and yet is distinct from solitude.
  • To this end there is an emphasis on solitude and silence.
  • Negative effects of solitude may also depend on age. Elementary age school children who experience frequent solitude may react negatively.
  • Their flowrets on my solitude.
  • Harris's argument about online life was extended in his second work, "Solitude: In Pursuit of a Singular Life in a Crowded World", where he argues that solitude should be thought of as a resource that has been exploited and monetized by devices and platform technologies.

  • "Le Vin de solitude", published in English as "The Wine of Solitude", is a novel by Russian Jewish author Irène Némirovsky (1903 – 1942), who was murdered in the Holocaust.
  • In the first chapter, Petrarch states that philosophers, holy men and poets always sought for themselves solitude for contemplation.
  • The theme of solitude runs through much of García Márquez's works.
  • Yorgos Kypris’ “Parallel Notions" is a study on solitude and the consequential notions of sleep-death-abandonment.
  • After returning from Kahiyan Sharif, he again went back to his studies and after sometime went into solitude in the neighboring Jungle.

  • When Mustafa Kemal's government abolished the madrasas, he withdrew into solitude.
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