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Spanish translation of 'seclusion'

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[sɪˈkluːʒən ]
aislamiento m
to live in seclusion vivir aislado

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Example Sentences Including 'seclusion'

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They began to spend more time in secretive seclusion from the rest of the Councils.
Kara Dalkey WATER TRILOGY # 1: ASCENSION (2002)
But in spite of the extremity of her seclusion she was sane.
McCorquodale, Robin DANSVILLE (2002)
He never saw people, they were hidden away, forced into seclusion lest they infect, or shock with their wounds.
Sillitoe, Alan THE OPEN DOOR (2002)

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'seclusion' in Other Languages

British English: seclusion NOUN
If you are living in seclusion, you are in a quiet place away from other people.
She lived in seclusion with her husband on their farm.


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