- adj.扣押的; 隐退的; 幽静的; 偏僻的;
- v.使隔绝，使隔离( sequester的过去式和过去分词 ); <律>扣押;
This jury is expected to be sequestered for at least two months.
The jury is expected to be sequestered for at least two months.
Everything he owned was sequestered.
It was a sequestered place, enclosed and embraced in a single, winding valley.
这是一处与世隔绝的地方, 处在一个孤零零的 、 蜿蜒的山谷怀抱之中.
Amino acids combined in tRNA complexes may be regarded as sequestered, or compartmented.
Massive amounts of extracellular fluid may be sequestered in the area of peritoneal injury.
The old lady sequestered herself from all strangers.
The retired film star sequestered herself from the world.
Methods: The clinical materials of the 123 Patients suffering sequestered lumbar disc herniation were studyed retrospectively.
The College was to be financed by sequestered Cathedral funds and subscriptions.
He sequestered himself in his study to write a book.
The cations were sequestered.
The dark ones we have sequestered below ground are not giving away much.
She knew sequestered spots where the hens laid their eggs.
The estate was sequestered.
1. providing privacy or seclusion;
"the cloistered academic world of books"
"sat close together in the sequestered pergola"
"sitting under the reclusive calm of a shade tree"
"a secluded romantic spot"
2. kept separate and secluded;
"a sequestered jury"