Meaning of ISOLATED in English

ISOLATED

/ ˈaɪsəleɪtɪd; NAmE / adjective

1.

( of buildings and places ) far away from any others

SYN others :

isolated rural areas

2.

without much contact with other people or other countries :

I felt very isolated in my new job.

Elderly people easily become socially isolated.

The decision left the country isolated from its allies.

3.

single; happening once :

The police said the attack was an isolated incident.

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WORD ORIGIN

mid 18th cent.: from French isolé , from Italian isolato , from late Latin insulatus made into an island, from Latin insula island.

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