Definition of 'isolated'
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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)
About half of them were shredded, and their gas tanks had ruptured, illuminating the area with isolated fires. CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (1989)
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Translations for 'isolated'
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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