English translation of 'isolar'
1. to isolate
2. (electricity and electronics) to insulate
(afastar mau agouro) to touch wood (BRIT), knock on wood (US)
isolar-se reflexive verb
to isolate o.s., cut o.s. off
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'isolar' in Other Languages
British English: cocoon VERB
If something cocoons you from something, it protects you or isolates you from it.
There is nowhere to hide when things go wrong, no organisation to cocoon you from blame.
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.
British English: maroon VERB
If someone is marooned somewhere, they are left in a place that is difficult for them to escape from.
He was marooned for a year on the island.
Translation of isolar from the Collins Portuguese to English
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