isolado

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Etymology[edit]

isolar (to isolate) +‎ -ado, from French isoler (to isolate), from isolé, from Latin īnsula (island).

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Adjective[edit]

isolado m (feminine isolada, masculine plural isolados, feminine plural isoladas, comparable)

  1. isolated (in isolation)
  2. insulated (separated from other conducting materials)

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Verb[edit]

isolado

  1. Masculine singular past participle of isolar