English version

in splendid isolation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin splendid isolationin splendid isolationused to emphasize that something is not with other things The house sits in splendid isolation on top of a steep hill. splendid
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in splendid isolationCampus bookselling had existed in splendid isolation and been largely unmoved by the 1980s high street revolution, he argued.The Memorial Hall stands in splendid isolation as the only village amenity.It was a simple drawing of a square tower, standing in splendid isolation like an accusing finger pointing at the sky.All that survives now is two walls, standing in splendid isolation, up to the deck height of the bridge.
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