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American English: /ˈrɛkˌlus/
, /rəˈklus/
British English: /rɪˈkluːs/

Translation of recluse in Spanish:


  • ermitaño, (-ña) (masculine, feminine)
    he lives the life of a recluse
    lleva una vida de ermitaño or recluso
    vive recluido
    Example sentences
    • Though not hermits or recluses, they do enjoy their own space to ruminate about what makes the world go round not to mention what makes people tick.
    • The majority had to severely restrict their lives by changing or abandoning work, curtailing all social activities, and becoming virtual recluses.
    • In his time, ascetics and recluses again made an attempt to enter the Guru's flock.

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