[sing-guh l-trak] /ˈsɪŋ gəlˈtræk/
(of a railroad or section of a railroad’s route) having but one set of tracks, so that trains going in opposite directions must be scheduled to meet only at points where there are sidings.
having a narrow scope; one-track:
He has a single-track mind.
an off-road trail used by cyclists, wide enough for only one bicycle at a time
(of a railway) having only a single pair of lines, so that trains can travel in only one direction at a time
(of a road) only wide enough for one vehicle
able to think about only one thing; one-track
- Singleton variable
programming A variable which is only referred to once in a piece of code, probably because of a programming mistake. To be useful, a variable must be set and read from, in that order. If it is only referred to once then it cannot be both set and read. There are various exceptions. C-like assignment […]
verb 1. (music) to play (any nonlegato passage) on a wind instrument by obstructing and uncovering the air passage through the lips with the tongue Compare double-tongue, triple-tongue
adjective, Also, sinuated 1. bent in and out; winding; sinuous. 2. Botany. having the margin strongly or distinctly wavy, as a leaf. verb (used without object), sinuated, sinuating. 3. to curve or wind in and out; creep in a winding path: a snake sinuating along the ground. adjective 1. Also sinuous. (of leaves) having a […]
noun 1. a winding; sinuosity.