Spanish translation of 'removed'
to be far removed from sth distar or apartarse mucho de algo
his political views are far removed from theirs sus ideas políticas distan or se apartan mucho de las de ellos
an indifference not far removed from contempt una indiferencia rayana con or que rayaba en el desprecio
first cousin once removed (= parent’s cousin) tío (tía) m/f segundo (segunda); (= cousin’s child) sobrino (sobrina) m/f segundo (segunda) ⧫ hijo (hija) m/f de primo carnal
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She slept and woke up feeling dead and empty, as if the whole point of her existence had been removed at a stroke.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Sometimes it's easier to talk to someone who's removed from the situation.LOST SUMMER (2002)
When he was gone I went to the safe and removed the program.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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British English: removed ADJECTIVE
removed from sth If you say that an idea or situation is far removed from something, you mean that it is very different from it.
Central office was too far removed from operating decisions at the department level.
Translation of removed from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary