English → English - isolated

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adj. solitary, alone; separated from others

English → Spanish - isolated

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adj. aislado, apartado, cerrado en sí mismo, distanciado, incomunicado, solo; esporádico, fuera del camino

English → French - isolated

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adj. isolé, écarté; seul

English → German - isolated

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[isolate] v. isolieren, separieren; eingrenzen; trennen; entfernen
adj. zurückgezogen; isoliert, abgenabelt; einzeln

English → Indonesian - isolated

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a. terpencil, pencil, terkurung

English → Italian - isolated

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agg. isolato, solitario, appartato

English → Polish - isolated

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a. odizolowany, odosobniony, sporadyczny, bezludny

English → Portuguese - isolated

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adj. isolado; enclausurado, separado; desligado; só, único

English → Romanian - isolated

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a. izolat, separat, singur, singuratic, tainic

English → Russian - isolated

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прил. изолированный, отдельный

English → Turkish - isolated

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s. ayrılmış, ayrı, yalnız, soyutlanmış, yalıtılmış, ıssız

English → Ukrainian - isolated

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a. ізольований, окремий, розрізнений

English → Dutch - isolated

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bn. afgezonderd; uitgesloten; eenzaam; alleen

English → Greek - isolated

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επίθ. απομονωμένος

English → Arabic - isolated

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‏منعزل، متوحد، معزول، مفروز، مفصول، مبعد، متقوقع‏

English → Chinese - isolated

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(形) 孤立的, 隔离的, 分离的

English → Chinese - isolated

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(形) 孤立的, 隔離的, 分離的

English → Hindi - isolated

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a. अलग, अलग-अलग, अलग किया, अलग किया हुआ, पृथक

English → Japanese - isolated

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(形) 孤立した; 隔離した
(動) 孤立させる; 隔離する(医学); 分離する(化学); 絶縁する

English → Korean - isolated

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형. 고립된, 외딴; 고독한, 외로운, 혼자의

Definition of isolated

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Adjective
1. Not close together in time.
Isolated instances of rebellion.
A few stray crumbs.
2. Remote and separate physically or socially.
Existed over the centuries as a world apart.
Preserved because they inhabited a place apart"- W.H.Hudso.
Tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization.
An obscure village.
3. Under forced isolation especially for health reasons.
A quarantined animal.
Isolated patients.
4. Marked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements.
Little isolated worlds, as abruptly disjunct and unexpected as a palm-shaded well in the Sahara"- Scientific Monthl.
5. Being or feeling set or kept apart from others.
She felt detached from the group.
Could not remain the isolated figure he had been"- Sherwood Anderso.
Thought of herself as alone and separated from the others.
Had a set-apart feeling.
6. Cut off or left behind.
An isolated pawn.
Several stranded fish in a tide pool.
Travelers marooned by the blizzard.
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