English adjective: detached
|1.||detached showing lack of emotional involvement|
|Samples||Adopted a degage pose on the arm of the easy chair.|
She may be detached or even unfeeling but at least she's not hypocritically effusive.
An uninvolved bystander.
|2.||detached being or feeling set or kept apart from others|
|Samples||She felt detached from the group.|
Could not remain the isolated figure he had been.
Thought of herself as alone and separated from the others.
Had a set-apart feeling.
|Synonyms||isolated, separated, set-apart|
|3.||detached no longer connected or joined|
|Samples||A detached part.|
On one side of the island was a hugh rock, almost detached.
The separated spacecraft will return to their home bases.
|4.||detached used of buildings; standing apart from others|
A detached garage.
|Similar||freestanding, semidetached, separate|
|5.||detached lacking affection or warm feeling|
|Samples||An uncaring person.|
|6.||detached not fixed in position|
|Samples||The detached shutter fell on him.|
He pulled his arm free and ran.