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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinsulatein‧su‧late /ˈɪnsjəleɪt $ ˈɪnsə-, ˈɪnʃə-/ verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 Tto cover or protect something with a material that stops electricity, sound, heat etc from getting in or outinsulate something from/against something 🔊 Pipes may need insulating against the cold. 🔊 an insulated attic2 PROTECTto keep someone apart from particular experiences or influences, especially unpleasant onesinsulate somebody from something 🔊 The royal family tried to insulate him from the prying eyes of the media.→ See Verb table
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insulateinsulated containers for cold drinksShe spent $10,000 insulating her home to try to keep the highway noise out.