In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1aislarto seclude oneself — aislarse
- The fence will seclude the path next to it and make it unsafe for the elderly.
- Staff gave several explanations for feeling anxiety while restraining or secluding a patient.
- In contrast, a wall with high windows in India secludes the family from the stranger's gaze.
- If you must seclude yourself, we beg you to spend the time alone honing your eye for the universe's limitless possibilities.
- Paradoxically, considering the elaborate strategies for secluding the house, privacy disappears at night.
- Andra also designed a huge swing wall to seclude the guest room from the remaining part of the house in order to give privacy to both parties.
- When he was secluded he became closer to nature, because it was the only life around him.
- Pulling the glass sliding door slowly, David called out, ‘Why are you secluding yourself?’
- In fact, the rules put into place after that selection in 1271 included secluding the Cardinals from all outside communication.
- When it came to training camp, he was methodical in his preparation often going away and secluding himself from the outside world.
- The government has a legitimate, compelling interest in secluding these men and denying them access to the outside world.
- When a spell was laid on her to keep her from him, she fell into a fit of desolation, secluding herself and seeing no one.
- My family somewhat secludes itself from the rest of the town, and I've only kept in touch with a handful of friends from college.
- Increasingly it became difficult to seclude her from the peasants who lived in the surrounding area.
- Immense trees covered the lot, secluding the two outdoor terraces and screening busy street traffic.
- I'm actually with society… not secluding myself.
- And yet, the vast majority of hospital staff continue to grab us, shoot us up, tie us down and seclude us.
- She remembered how even then he was always alone, secluding himself from the rest of the posse that terrorized the school because of their wealth and position.
- She went to see him the next morning, after secluding herself in her room with only Becca's soothing voice through the door to console her.
- From childhood his father had taken such care to seclude him.
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