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deserted 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/dəˈzərtid/,
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(of a place) Empty of people,
  1. (of a place) Empty of people
    • - deserted beaches of soft sand

  1. abandoned: forsaken by owner or inhabitants ; "weed-grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse"
  2. (desertion) withdrawing support or help despite allegiance or responsibility; "his abandonment of his wife and children left them penniless"
  3. (desertion) abandonment: the act of giving something up
  4. (Desertion) In military terminology, desertion is the abandonment of a "duty" or post without permission and is done with the intention of not returning. The term AWOL is an acronym for "Absence Without Official Leave" and can refer to either desertion or a temporary absence.
  5. (Desertion (novel)) Desertion is a 2005 novel by Abdulrazak Gurnah.
  6. (desertedness) The state or quality of being deserted
  7. (Desertion) (law), in the law of domestic relations, abandonment or renunciation of marital relations and obligations by either spouse, with intent not to resume relations, and without the consent or wrongful conduct of the other. In most of the U.S. ...
  8. (Desertion) 2 years’ of separation to which one party did not consent.
  9. (Desertion) One of several grounds for a fault divorce. Most states require the plaintiff to prove several of the following factors: 1) the defendant left the marital home for over one year; 2) the parties failed to agree to such departure; 3) the party who left failed to pay support; and 4) the ...
  10. (Desertion) The abandoment of one spouse by the other; the continued absence of one spouse from cohabitation with the other; a prolonged separation between spouses. ...
  11. (Desertion) This is one fact which can be relied upon within divorce proceedings, although it is extremely rare. Effectively, it is used where one party disappears and remains estranged for a period in excess of two years.
  12. (Desertion) To leave or run away from.
  13. (Desertion) the act of fleeing, usually from an expected duty
  14. (desertion) When a spouse leaves the marital home for more than a year, without prior agreement between the spouses, without paying support, and not as a result of actions of remaining spouse. Desertion is one of several grounds for a fault divorce in many states.
  15. empty; not lived in, or having few or no people