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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “isolate”

isolate

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈaɪ.sə.leɪt/
to separate something or someone from other things or people with which they are joined or mixed, or to keep them separate
隔離;孤立;分離
He was isolated from all the other prisoners.
他被人從其他所有囚犯隔離開來。
A high wall isolated the house from the rest of the village.
一堵高牆將這棟房子與村莊的其他部分隔離開來。
They tried to isolate (= find) the cause of the problem.
他們試圖找出問題的原因。
specialized Virus particles were eventually isolated from the tissue.
終於將病毒粒子與組織分離開了。
Isolating and separating
(Definition of isolate from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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