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detachment

US [dɪˈtætʃmənt]
UK [dɪ'tætʃmənt]
  • n.分离;支队;超然;超脱
  • Web脱离;分遣队;拆开
Plural Form:detachments  
detachment
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n.
1.
[u]
超然;超脱;冷漠the state of not being involved in sth in an emotional or personal way
He answered with an air of detachment.
他回答时带着冷漠的神态。
She felt a sense of detachment from what was going on.
她对眼前发生的事感到很超然。
2.
[u]
公正;客观;独立the state of not being influenced by other people or by your own feelings
In judging these issues a degree of critical detachment is required.
在裁决这些争议时须要有一定程度的公正判断力。
3.
[c]
分遣队;支队;特遣小分队a group of soldiers, ships, etc. sent away from a larger group, especially to do special duties
a detachment of artillery
炮兵支队
4.
[u]
拆卸;分离;分遣the act of detaching sth; the process of being detached from sth
to suffer detachment of the retina
出现视网膜脱落

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