singles

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  • Two singles and an album were released in the month after his death.
  • At the same time, they turned their attention towards albums more than singles.
  • It featured many of her hit singles, as well as some new tracks.
  • Williams also released seven number-one singles and found similar success across Europe.
  • Although two singles were released, neither was a major success in the UK.
  • Many of the songs on the album saw release as singles.
  • During major national and international events, Men's singles consists of four runs.
  • The album produced two of the band's most successful singles.
  • The album consisted of new songs alongside singles from her four studio albums.
  • Older was particularly notable for the release of its six singles.
  • They reported from the studio that they tried to make an album consisting of ten singles.
  • As it is a live album, there were no new singles.
  • Its three singles became top twenty hits in both countries, where its title track reached number one.
  • None of its songs were issued as singles at the time.
  • Three albums later, the band produced several singles and several other semi-hits.
  • This view was opposed by another group of players which included eight former national singles champions.
  • It was also the first time three consecutive singles by the band made it to number one.
  • We Ran did not chart any singles but it was well received by critics.
  • Neither their singles nor album had any major chart success.
  • Many of the image songs were first released as singles.
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Root form of singles is single for both verb and noun.

Meaning of singles

  • noun Badminton played with one person on each side
  • noun Tennis played with one person on each side
  • noun A base hit on which the batter stops safely at first base
  • verb Hit a single
    the batter singled to left field