Translation of detached in Spanish:

detached

Pronunciation: /dɪˈtætʃt/

adj

  • 1 [person/manner] (aloof) distante, indiferente; (objective) objetivo, imparcial
    More example sentences
    • But doesn't the combination of an Oxford academic workload and a Blue Boat training regime leave him socially detached from anyone outside the tiny rowing bubble?
    • He tried to concentrate on the opening words of all parties involved, but the sounds seemed to come from a distance and he felt as though he were somewhat detached from it all.
    • All these practices flout psychology's belief that researchers must remain detached from their research in order to preserve their objectivity.

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