Singles may refer to:

In society:

  • Single persons and associated businesses and discussions

In retail commerce:

  • United States one-dollar bills, particularly when requesting change from, or implicitly comparing to, larger denomination bills

In film and television:

  • Singles (1992 film), written and directed by Cameron Crowe
  • Singles (2003 film), a South Korean film starring Jang Jin-young
  • S1ngles, a Greek TV series
  • Singles (TV series), a British sitcom produced from 1988 to 1991

In music:

  • Single (music), a type of music release usually having only one song
  • Singles is a frequent title for a compilation album
  • Singles (Alison Moyet album)
  • Singles (Deacon Blue album)
  • Singles (Jimmy Eat World album)
  • Singles (New Order album)
  • Singles (Nirvana album)
  • Singles (soundtrack), to the 1992 film
  • Singles (Suede album)
  • "Singles", an album by The Long Blondes
  • Singles (The Smiths album)
  • Singles (Travis album)
  • Singles (Despina Vandi album)
  • Singles (The UA Years), an album by The Stranglers
  • Singles (Corey Hart album)
  • Singles (Fishbone album)
  • Singles 1–12, an album by The Melvins

In computer and video games:

  • Singles: Flirt Up Your Life, a video game by Rotobee

In sports:

  • Singles means individual players competing one-on-one in several sports including tennis, badminton, table tennis, squash, professional wrestling and match play in golf
  • Single skating, a figure skating discipline commonly known as "singles"
  • Single (baseball), when a batter reaches first base due to successful contact with the ball

In geography:

  • Singles, Puy-de-Dôme, a commune of the Puy-de-Dôme département, France

In Kraft Foods products:

  • Singles capsules, a beverage system of Kraft Foods
  • Kraft Singles, individually packaged cheese-slice products manufactured by Kraft Foods

Other articles related to "singles, single":

1954 In Sports - Tennis
... Australia Australian Men's Singles Championship – Mervyn Rose (Australia) defeats Rex Hartwig (Australia) 6–2, 0–6, 6–4, 6–2 Australian Women's Singles Championship – Thelma Coyne Long (Australia ...
1955 In Sports - Tennis
... Australia Australian Men's Singles Championship – Ken Rosewall (Australia) defeats Lew Hoad (Australia) 9–7, 6–4, 6–4 Australian Women's Singles ...
Iron & Wine - Discography - Singles
... Your Boys" b/w "Dearest Forsaken" via Sub Pop Singles Club (CD + Clear 7" Vinyl) (2002) "No Moon" b/w "Sinning Hands" (Limited 7" Vinyl Bonus with first Pressing of Our Endless ...
21 & Over
... at only about 35 minutes, but it contains three singles, "Make Room," "Likwit" and "Mary Jane." None of these singles reached The Billboard Hot 100, but they all did ... The only single that contains vocals from anybody other than Tash and J-Ro is "Likwit," which features King Tee ...
1958 In Sports - Tennis
... Australia Australian Men's Singles Championship – Ashley Cooper (Australia) defeats Malcolm Anderson (Australia) 7–5, 6–3, 6–4 Australian Women's Singles Championship – Angela Mortimer Barrett (Great ...