1. Not living together as man and wife; SYN. separate, separated.
2. Remote and separate physically or socially; SYN. isolated, obscure.
3. Having characteristics not shared by others
1. Having been divided; having the unity destroyed SYN. disunited, fragmented, split.
2. Not plugged in or connected to a power source.
Have the connection undone; having become separate; SYN. separate.
Having had the relation broken; SYN. unconnected.
1. Cut off or left behind; SYN. marooned, stranded.
2. Not close together in time; SYN. scattered, stray.
3. Under forced isolation especially for health reasons; SYN. quarantined.
Separated or isolated from others or a main group; SYN. unintegrated.
1. Independent; not united or joint
2. Individual and distinct; SYN. single.
3. Separated according to race, sex, class, or religion
Spaced apart; SYN. spaced.
ETYM Old Fren., from Late Lat. separalis, from Latin separ separate, different. Related to Sever, Separate.
1. Distinct and individual.
2. (Used with count nouns) Of an indefinite number more than 2 or 3 but not many.
Sinonimi: cut off
Detached by cutting; SYN. cut off.
Separately, in the manner of being unattached
In a detached manner, in an unattached manner
In a separate manner.