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dih taech mnt


  • n. 客观,超然,冷漠;分遣队,独立小分队;拆卸,分离






detached 分离的,分开的;超然的

detachable 可分开的;可拆开的;可分遣的


detached 分离


detach 分离;派遣;使超然



the action or process of detaching : separation

the dispatch of a body of troops or part of a fleet from the main body for a special mission or service

the part so dispatched

a permanently organized separate unit usually smaller than a platoon and of special composition

indifference to worldly concerns : aloofness

freedom from bias or prejudice



including many details

a detailed report

furnished with finely finished details

beautifully detailed hats


including many details

a detailed report

furnished with finely finished details

beautifully detailed hats

detail1 of 2noun

a dealing with something item by item

go into detail about an event

a small part or feature : item

the details of a story

selection (as of a group of soldiers) for some special service

a soldier or group of soldiers appointed for special duty

detail2 of 2verb

to report in detail : specify

detailed their complaints

to assign to a task


the action or process of detaching : separation

the sending out of a body of troops or part of a fleet from the main body

a small military unit with a special task or function

a lack of interest in worldly concerns

freedom from the influence of emotions : impartiality


retinal detachment视网膜脱离

detachment fault拆离断层;滑脱断层;脱顶断层;挤离断层


  • n. 分离,拆开;超然;分遣;分遣队
  • separation, breakaway


The first known use of detachment was in 1669

detachment 例句

1.Of the detachment of twenty, only eight had come back to Hartford.

2.“I want to die serenely. Peacefully. Not like what just happened. “And this is where detachment comes in.

3.I answered dryly and with all the detachment I could summon, “Mi padre.”

4.In examining Mersault’s life, the judges see his detachment and come to the conclusion that a man who is so detached from normal human feelings is more likely to kill.

5.She felt a sense of detachment from what was going on.


6.Quite probably, he resented and feared any signs of detachment in a girl he was seriously dating.

7.The half-men surveyed the dock workers with a calm detachment so much like Tool that they could have been brothers.

8.I, who was in court every day, observed their reactions with detachment.


9.There is this "detachment" and I realize that there are obviously experiences which would overwhelm everyone.


10.Later that afternoon, a detachment returned through the gates with two of their number dead, arms sprawling, the hair on one a ruddy sop.

11.Where’s my professionalism, anyway, the journalistic detachment that was supposed to guide and sustain me every inch of the way?

12.Any rumble of an engine could be a detachment sent to haul them away.

13.There was an air of solitude, of detachment, of solitary sensual and scholarly pleasure that appealed to him greatly.

14.However, his face settled back into businesslike detachment when Yishan reached into his bag and waved a gold coin.

15.The deeper point concerns Britain's semi-detachment from the European project.


16.But it was nothing like our experience at Coxsackie: Even these hardened inmates, who so outnumbered us, were intimidated by a large detachment of officers.

17.Journalistic detachment was one thing, letting lads walk blindly into a trap was another.

18.They watched him march his reluctant detachment away toward the woods where the machine guns waited.

19.“They say in the town that there’s been no word from the detachment since they stopped at Hadley There’s been new Indian raids up Deerfield way.”

20.The questioners had that beautiful detachment and devotion to stern justice of men dealing in death without being in any danger of it.

detachment 短语相关

retinal detachment



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