Definitions for "Detached"
Separate; unconnected, or imperfectly connected; as, detached parcels.
Term used to describe a property that stands alone and is separated from all others.
being or feeling set or kept apart from others; "she felt detached from the group"; "could not remain the isolated figure he had been"- Sherwood Anderson; "thought of herself as alone and separated from the others"; "had a set-apart feeling"
Religiously speaking, detachment is not so much a form of aloofness or disengagement as it is a loving embrace of, and renewed fascination with the world - from a position of critical, even ironic distance. As counseled in The Bhagavad-Gita, the religiously detached person renounces the fruits of his actions without renouncing action itself. See: ACEDIA, APATHETIC, INDIFFERENT, NONCHALANT, WAITING FOR GODOT.
once reserved to describe houses, the word was given psychiatric overtones when Downing Street spin doctor Alastair Campbell told journalists that Peter Mandelson was "curiously detached" while explaining his role in the Hinduja passport row. "There are things that Peter can't explain, can't explain even to himself." Phoenix escaped the flames
A child separating or freeing himself/herself from the emotional dependency of others such as a parent or caregiver.(his/her mind/emotion, none) (not, taking it upon oneself)
A client workspace not connected to a Perforce server with a functioning network connection is said to be detached. Permissions must be set on files using OS commands; Perforce is unable to open files for you.
Keywords:  ran, fell, shutter, free, him
Refers to a property which is not attached to another on either side and is therefore free standing.
not fixed in position; "the detached shutter fell on him"; "he pulled his arm free and ran"
A state in which a VxVM object is associated with another object, but not enabled for use.
Keywords:  storey, height, property, one
A detached property one storey in height or more.
Not connected to. For example, a house is detached from another house as they have no direct access from one to the other.
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