There are 2 definitions of stranded in English:

stranded1

Syllabification: strand·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈstrandid
 
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adjective

1(Of a boat, sailor, or sea creature) left aground on a shore: a stranded whale
1.1Left without the means to move from somewhere: she offers a lift to a stranded commuter

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Pronunciation: ˌanəˈmalˌkyo͞ol
noun
a microscopic animal

There are 2 definitions of stranded in English:

stranded2

Syllabification: strand·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈstrandid
 
/

adjective

[attributive]
(Of thread, rope, or similar) arranged in single thin lengths twisted together: stranded cotton [in combination]: figurative the many-stranded passions of the country
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  • The native double stranded DNA molecule is known to be a poor immunogen whose immunogenic form has not yet been identified.
  • Double stranded breaks in DNA if not repaired, can result in death.
  • The disclosed method of making a shape-stranded rope includes twisting large wires into strands by twining them in at least one layer about a core with a sheathing of a soft deformable material.

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