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recluir

Translation of recluir in English:

verbo transitivo

also: recluirse verbo pronominal

  • desde la muerte de su mujer se había recluido/había vivido recluido
    since the death of his wife he had been a recluse/he had lived as a recluse
    una casa donde suele recluirse para escribir
    a house where he shuts himself away to write
Example sentences
  • Existen muchos ambientes en los que lo podían recluir si deseaban aislarlo.
  • En su forma más pura, permanece recluida dentro de la filosofía neoclásica.
  • El Estado, al recluir a una persona, asume un rol de garante.

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