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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
Examples from the Corpus
insulateinsulated containers for cold drinksShe spent $10,000 insulating her home to try to keep the highway noise out.