alienad
Affirmative imperativevosotrosconjugation ofalienar.

alienar

alienar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to isolate)
a. to alienate
La pelea por la herencia lo alienó de sus hermanos, y nunca volvió a verlos.The fight over the inheritance alienated him from his brothers, and he never saw them again.
2. (psychology)
a. to alienate
La pérdida de su familia en el accidente la alienó de tal forma que pasó el resto de sus días en un centro psiquiátrico.The loss of her family in the accident so alienated her that she spent the rest of her days in a psychiatric facility.
b. to derange
Nadie sabe qué lo alienó. Era una persona normal, con una vida normal, y de pronto empezó a comportarse de forma muy extraña.No one knows what deranged him. He was a normal person, with a normal life, and suddenly he started behaving very strangely.
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alienar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (enajenar)
a. to derange, to drive mad
2. (philosophy)
a. to alienate
alienar
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