The possessive "one's" in translation 1c) may be replaced by a possessive adjective such as "my" or "your."
¿Quieres venir conmigo al cine? - No, lo siento, no puedo. - Vaya. Qué tristeza. Siempre solo.Do you want to come to the movies? - No, I'm sorry, I can't. - Wow. So sad. Forever alone.
b. always alone
Estoy cansado de estar siempre solo. Necesito encontrar a alguien para compartir mi vida.I'm tired of being always alone. I need to find someone to share my life.
¿Ves a tus amigos los fines de semana? - No, estoy siempre solo.Do you see your friends on weekends? - No, I'm always on my own.
¿Por qué quieres estar siempre solo? - Porque sufro de fobia social.Why do you want to be always on your own? - Because I suffer social phobia.
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