Definition of isolation
the process or fact of isolating or being isolated.
Their relative isolation from the rest of the country means that many do not even think of politics.
Example of isolation
isolation from family and friends may also contribute to anxiety
A chemist may get a prize for discovering oxygen or even a patent on the process used for its isolation .
According to Chang, air pressure in the isolation wards is lower than the air pressure outside the wards.
Australia's native wildlife is almost entirely endemic, having evolved in virtual isolation from the rest of the world.
Coverdale withdraws into increasing isolation from the modern world.
Diplomatically, Britain had been cornered and her splendid isolation was more discomforting than her solitary magnificence.
First, his visit ends the international isolation imposed on Syria since the passing of UN Resolution 1559 in 2004.
Gastric lavage for isolation of M tuberculosis is a well accepted method.
Genomic DNA isolation and purification followed either a modified Chelex or phenol-chloroform protocol.
Here we report the isolation of mutations in the Drosophila Tap 42 gene.