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isolate

US [ˈaɪsəˌleɪt]
UK [ˈaɪsəleɪt]
  • v.孤立;将…剔出(以便看清和单独处理);使(某物质、细胞等)分离
  • n.【微】分离菌;隔离种群
  • Web使孤立;使隔离;隔绝
Simple Present:isolates  Present Participle:isolating  Past Tense:isolated  
isolate
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v.
1.
(使)隔离,孤立,脱离to separate sb/sth physically or socially from other people or things
Patients with the disease should be isolated.
这种病的患者应予以隔离。
He was immediately isolated from the other prisoners.
他被立刻与其他囚犯隔离开来。
This decision will isolate the country from the rest of Europe.
这一决定会使国家孤立于欧洲其他国家。
2.
~ sth (from sth)
将…剔出(以便看清和单独处理)to separate a part of a situation, problem, idea, etc. so that you can see what it is and deal with it separately
It is possible to isolate a number of factors that contributed to her downfall.
可以找出造成她垮台的一些因素。
3.
~ sth (from sth)
使(某物质、细胞等)分离;使离析to separate a single substance, cell, etc. from others so that you can study it
Researchers are still trying to isolate the gene that causes this abnormality.
研究人员仍然在试图分离导致这种畸形的基因。

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