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isolation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌīsəˈlāSHən/,
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isolations, plural;
  1. The process or fact of isolating or being isolated
    • - the isolation of older people
  2. An instance of isolating something, esp. a compound or microorganism

  3. Denoting a hospital or ward for patients with contagious or infectious diseases


  1. a state of separation between persons or groups
  2. a feeling of being disliked and alone
  3. the act of isolating something; setting something apart from others
  4. (psychiatry) a defense mechanism in which memory of an unacceptable act or impulse is separated from the emotion originally associated with it
  5. a country's withdrawal from international politics; "he opposed a policy of American isolation"
  6. (isolate) place or set apart; "They isolated the political prisoners from the other inmates"
  7. Isolation is the fifth studio album by Toto, released in November 1984. This was one of two albums the band made with Fergie Frederiksen as the primary vocalist, the other being their soundtrack to Dune. ...
  8. "Isolation" will be the first single from Alter Bridge's upcoming third album AB III. It will be available as a digital download on September 26 in the UK. It can currently be listened to on Roadrunner Records's website. ...
  9. Isolation is the second studio album by Australian hardcore punk band Carpathian. The album peaked at No. 19 on the Australian ARIA Charts. ...
  10. In database systems, isolation is a property that defines how/when the changes made by one operation become visible to other concurrent operations. Isolation is one of the ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) properties.
  11. Isolation is a documentary film by Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull completed in 2009.
  12. Isolation is an album by Fear My Thoughts.
  13. The state of being isolated, detached, or separated; The act of isolating; The state of not having diplomatic relations with other countries (either with most or all other countries, or with specified other countries); The obtaining of an element from one of its compounds, or of a compound ...
  14. (isolate) Something that has been isolated; To set apart or cut off from others; To place in quarantine or isolation; To separate a substance in pure form from a mixture; To insulate, or make free of external influence; To separate a pure strain of bacteria etc. ...
  15. (isolated) Placed or standing apart or alone; in isolation; Such that no pawn of the same color is in an adjacent file; affecting 10 percent to 20 percent of a forecast zone
  16. (Isolations) When the hoop is held in one place in the space as it is rotated or you move around the hoop.
  17. (Isolations) tricks involving the illusion of a floating ball.
  18. (Isolate) A strain of a fungus brought into pure culture (i.e. isolated) from a specific environment.
  19. (isolate) a particular strain of HIV-1 taken from a person.
  20. (Isolate) To raise with the intention of reaching a heads up between yourself and a single other player.
  21. (Isolate) Bet strongly in an attempt to make everyone fold except one other player.
  22. (Isolate) raising hoping to only have one more opponent.
  23. (ISOLATE) Microorganism found in an infectee and cultivated on tissue culture.
  24. (Isolate) (Said of a menace card) To isolate a menace in squeeze play is to arrange that only one opponent can guard one of declarer's threat suits. The play is conceptually similar to transferring a control.
  25. (Isolate) A dampening mechanism made a part of the assembly or system, which reduces structureborne vibrations from passing through the structure.