he was very aloof with meconmigo se mostró muy distante;she has always been somewhat aloofella siempre ha guardado las distancias
to hold o.s. or remain or stand aloof from sbguardar or mantener las distancias con algn;mantenerse apartado de algn;to hold o.s. or remain or stand aloof from sthmantenerse al margen de algo
He preferred to remain aloof, unless he was personally challengedFrance, which had remained aloof, joined the US yesterday in advocating tough new measuresWhile some prominent broadcasters stand aloof, many do notThe Government is keeping aloof from the controversyI will hold myself aloof from wrong and corruptionThe Emperor kept aloof from all political parties.The Christian cannot stand aloof from the problems of the modern worldAIDS has touched lesbians in irrevocable ways, even those who have remained aloof from direct involvement in AIDS activismCherishing the dream of returning to their homelands,the first generation of Muslims held themselves aloof from British politics
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