English - Vietnamese Dictionary
detached /di'tætʃt/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- rời ra, tách ra, đứng riêng ra
- a detached house: căn nhà xây tách riêng ra, nhà đứng chơ vơ một mình
- to live a detached life: sống cuộc đời tách rời
- không lệ thuộc; vô tư, không thiên kiến, khách quan
- a detached view: quan điểm vô tư
+showing lack of emotional involvement
+being or feeling set or kept apart from others
+no longer connected or joined
+used of buildings; standing apart from others
+not fixed in position
+cause to become detached or separated; take off
+separate (a small unit) from a larger, especially for a special assignment
+come to be detached
Advanced English Dictionary
1 disconnected, unattached, separate(d), free, isolated, disentangled, unfastened, removed, cut off, divided, disjoined:
He suffered from a detached retina. Their new house is detached.
2 disinterested, aloof, uninvolved, unemotional, dispassionate, dégagé(e), reserved, impersonal, impartial, neutral, objective, unbiased, unprejudiced:
She seemed rather detached and did not get involved in the discussion.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 (of a house) not joined to another house on either side
2 showing a lack of feeling
She wanted him to stop being so cool, so detached, so cynical.
3 (approving) not influenced by other people or by your own feelings
a detached observer
be, feel, seem, sound | become | remain
largely, very | completely, totally, wholly | rather, slightly | curiously, oddly, strangely
He felt curiously detached from what was going on.
She tries to remain emotionally detached from her patients.
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