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marooned

adjective uk   /məˈruːnd/ us  
left in a place from which you cannot escape: What would you miss most if you found yourself marooned on a desert island? The police are advising motorists marooned by the blizzards to stay in their cars until the rescue services can reach them.
maroon
verb [T] uk   /-ˈruːn/ us  
Translations of “marooned”
in Chinese (Traditional) 困在某處的,處於無法脫身的困境中的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 困在某处的,处于无法脱身的困境中的…
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