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secluded
American English: /səˈkludəd/
British English: /sɪˈkluːdɪd/

Translation of secluded in Spanish:

adjective

  • (house/area)
    (life/existence)
    Example sentences
    • Someone could have phoned him to suggest a very private talk at a secluded place in the woods.
    • From that perspective, Dolen appeared to be a secluded place that wanted to be left to its own resources.
    • After an elaborate boat chase, the scene fades out and into the crew celebrating in a secluded area in the Alpines.

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