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adjective [never before noun] British English pronunciation: removed /rɪˈmuːvd/

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  1. 1
    different from something
    removed from:

    It was all so removed from our usual experience.

    far removed:

    dealing with people whose culture is far removed from our own

  2. 2
    without enough knowledge of a particular subject, issue, situation etc to be effective
    far removed:

    Teachers accused the administration of being too far removed from the realities of the classroom.

  3. 4
    distant in time or space
    removed from:

    The city remained relatively removed from the worst of the conflict.

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