Translation of isolated in Spanish:

isolated

Pronunciation: /ˈaɪsəleɪtəd; ˈaɪsəleɪtɪd/

adj

  • 1.1 (cut off, remote) [place] aislado he leads a very isolated life lleva una vida muy solitaria he felt completely isolated in his grief se sentía totalmente aislado en su dolor
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    • Denmark's orderly agricultural landscape is richly studded with traditional buildings including country estates, villages and isolated farms.
    • Smaller villages, depressed coalfield areas and more remote or isolated settlements are more likely to experience pub closures.
    • The north part of Belgium consists of isolated farms between villages, while the south tends to contain larger groups of farms.
    1.2 (infrequent) [incident/case] aislado
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    • I recount this, not to boost my ego nor to base my belief in the goodwill of youth on this single and isolated incident.
    • In any event, this appeared to be a single isolated incident.
    • There were differences between late and early students in understanding normal English speech, isolated sentences, and single vocabulary.

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