Spanish translation of 'isolate'
1. (= cut off) aislar (from de)
this policy could isolate China from the rest of the world esta política podría aislar a China del resto del mundo
it is difficult to isolate religion from politics es difícil separar la religión de la política
to isolate o.s. aislarse
2. (= pinpoint)
[cause, source] identificar
[problem, virus, gene] aislar
[person, animal] aislar (from de)
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Perhaps the idea was to isolate the story to give it all the more impact later.THE INNOCENT (2001)
What you're going to do is isolate the limb with a tourniquet for two reasons... `SNOWLINE (2001)
She couldn't identify the glue formulae, which were too similar to isolate any single box company.THE SERPENT'S MARK (2001)
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'isolate' in Other Languages
British English: isolate VERB
To isolate a person or organization means to cause them to lose their friends or supporters.
Political influence is being used to isolate critics.
Translation of isolate from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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