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secludedadjective

 us   /sɪˈklu·dɪd/
away from ​people and ​busyactivities, and often hard to ​reach: a secluded ​area/​beach
seclusion
noun [U]  us   /sɪˈklu·ʒən/
She ​spent her ​days in the seclusion of her ​room.
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secludedadjective

uk   us   /sɪˈkluː.dɪd/
C2 quiet, ​private, and not near ​people, ​roads, or ​buildings: a secluded ​beach a secluded ​house in the ​forest
(Definition of secluded from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “secluded”
in Spanish retirado…
in Vietnamese hẻo lánh…
in Malaysian terpencil…
in Thai ปลีกวิเวก…
in French retiré…
in German abgelegen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 与世隔绝的, 僻静的…
in Turkish gözden ırak, kuytu, tenha…
in Russian отдаленный, глухой…
in Indonesian terpencil…
in Chinese (Traditional) 與世隔絕的, 僻靜的…
in Polish odosobniony, ustronny…
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