Spanish translation of 'isolated'
1. (= remote, cut off)
[house, village, community] aislado ⧫ apartado
the islanders were very isolated los habitantes de la isla estaban muy aislados
she lived a strange, isolated life vivía una vida extraña y solitaria
to feel isolated sentirse aislado
to be isolated from one’s family estar aislado de su familia
to keep sth/sb isolated from sth/sb mantener algo/a algn aislado de algo/algn
2. (= individual)
[incident, case, example] aislado
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About half of them were shredded, and their gas tanks had ruptured, illuminating the area with isolated fires.CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (1989)
She had her uses and, above all, he trusted her judgement to keep pleasure isolated from business.CORMORANT (1989)
Quite alone, isolated from reality, he was taking a bath in mime, dreamily in love with his own body.THE QUEST FOR K (1989)
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'isolated' in Other Languages
British English: isolated /ˈaɪsəˌleɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If someone or something is isolated they are separate from other people or things of the same kind, either physically or socially.
The farmhouse is very isolated.
- American English: isolated
- Arabic: مَعْزُولٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: isolado
- Chinese: 孤立的
- Croatian: izoliran
- Czech: izolovaný
- Danish: isoleret
- Dutch: geïsoleerd
- European Spanish: aislado
- Finnish: eristynyt
- French: isolé
- German: isoliert
- Greek: απομονωμένος
- Italian: isolato
- Japanese: 孤立した
- Korean: 격리된
- Norwegian: isolert
- Polish: izolowany
- European Portuguese: isolado
- Romanian: izolat
- Russian: изолированный
- Spanish: aislado
- Swedish: isolerad
- Thai: โดดเดี่ยว
- Turkish: soyutlanmış
- Ukrainian: ізольований
- Vietnamese: biệt lập
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