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isolate

verb /ˈaisəleit/
to separate, cut off or keep apart from others
aislar
Several houses have been isolated by the flood water A patient with an infectious disease should be isolated.
isolated adjective lonely; standing alone.
aislado
They live on an isolated farmstead.
isolation noun
aislamiento
Translations of “isolate”
in French isoler…
in German isolieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隔離, 孤立, 分離…
in Russian изолировать, отделять…
in Turkish ayırmak, ayrı tutmak, tecrit etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隔离, 孤立, 分离…
in Polish izolować…
(Definition of isolate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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