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maroon

verb /məˈruːn/
to put (someone) on shore on a lonely island from which he cannot escape
abandonar
The shipwrecked sailors were marooned on a desert island.
to leave (someone) in a helpless, lonely or uncomfortable position
abandonar
I was marooned on a lonely country road.
(Definition of maroon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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