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us   /sɪˈklu·dɪd/
away from people and busy activities, and often hard to reach: a secluded area/beach
noun [U] us   /sɪˈklu·ʒən/
She spent her days in the seclusion of her room.
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Translations of “secluded”
in Vietnamese hẻo lánh…
in Spanish apartado, aislado, retirado…
in Malaysian terpencil…
in Thai ปลีกวิเวก…
in French retiré…
in German abgelegen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 與世隔絕的, 僻靜的…
in Russian отдаленный, глухой…
in Turkish gözden ırak, kuytu, tenha…
in Chinese (Simplified) 与世隔绝的, 僻静的…
in Indonesian terpencil…
in Polish odosobniony, ustronny…
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