An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (remote)
a. isolated
Acampamos en un lugar aislado.We camped in an isolated place.
2. (with no communication)
a. isolated
El derrumbe dejó el área aislada y sin acceso a ayuda.The landslide left the area isolated and with no access to help.
b. cut off
Tiene miedo de todo y vive aislada del mundo.She is afraid of everything and lives cut off from the world.
3. (sporadic)
a. isolated (case, incident)
Fue un caso aislado de esta extraña enfermedad.It was an isolated case of this strange sickness.
b. scattered (shower)
Habrá chubascos aislados el fin de semana.There will be scattered showers over the weekend.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (lugar, suceso)
a. isolated
2. (cable, pared)
a. insulated
1 (remoto) isolated
2 (incomunicado) cut off
estuvimos aislados toda la noche
quedamos aislados por las inundaciones we were cut off by the floods; están aislados de la civilización they are cut off o isolated from civilization
3 (suelto)
un caso aislado an isolated case
4 (Electricidad y Eléctronica) insulated
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