An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (isolated)
a. apartado
Gregorio and Dolores went skinny-dipping on a secluded beach at dusk.Gregorio y Dolores fueron a bañarse desnudos en una playa apartada al atardecer.
The hermit lived in a secluded cottage up on the mountain.El hermitaño vivía en una apartada casita de campo arriba en la montaña.
b. retirado
We went to visit a medieval village in a secluded area up the mountains.Fuimos a visitar una villa medieval en un area retirada en las montañas.
2. (solitary)
a. solitario
Friar Luis de Leon didn't mind his secluded existence because he had plenty of time to read.A Fray Luis de León no le molestaba su existencia solitaria porque tenía mucho tiempo para leer.
b. aislado
The lumberjack lived a secluded and quiet life in a cabin in the woods.El leñador llevaba una vida aislada y silenciosa en una cabaña del bosque.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. apartado(a), retirado(a)
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secluded [sɪˈkluːdɪd]
retirado; apartado
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