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VERB 使孤立;使脱离(朋友、支持者) To isolate a person or organization means to cause them to lose their friends or supporters.
This policy could isolate the country from the other permanent members of the United Nations Security Council...
Political influence is being used to shape public opinion and isolate critics.
VERB 使隔离;使与世隔绝 If you isolate yourself, or if something isolates you, you become physically or socially separated from other people.
When he was thinking out a problem Tweed's habit was never to isolate himself in his room...
His radicalism and refusal to compromise isolated him...
VERB 单独考虑;区别看待 If you isolate something such as an idea or a problem, you separate it from others that it is connected with, so that you can concentrate on it or consider it on its own.
Our anxieties can also be controlled by isolating thoughts, feelings and memories...
...attempts to isolate a single factor as the cause of the decline of Britain...
VERB 使离析;分离 To isolate a substance means to obtain it by separating it from other substances using scientific processes.
We can use genetic engineering techniques to isolate the gene that is responsible...
Researchers have isolated a new protein from the seeds of poppies.
VERB 隔离(病人、生病动物) To isolate a sick person or animal means to keep them apart from other people or animals, so that their illness does not spread.
Patients will be isolated from other people for between three days and one month after treatment...
You don't have to isolate them from the community.