detachment 的近义词 16 个
- brown study
detachment 的反义词 10 个
detachment 的近义词 12 个
detachment 的反义词 11 个
- There’s little research on the best ways to use digital media during a pandemic and unprecedented levels of social detachment, but in my experience with coaching individuals virtually, the more present you can be for the conversation, the better.
- There is a peace about Aaron Rodgers now, a feeling different from his normal vibe of cool detachment.
- You need psychological detachment from the source of the stress.
- My complete acknowledgment of the loss almost 20 years later helps me understand my detachment from society and people at times.
- At first, Glenda found Varahn to be reserved, but she soon realized that what she had mistaken for detachment was simply Varahn’s way of taking in her new surroundings.
- The pontiff blasts the selfishness, arrogance and detachment of the cardinals in Rome.
- A detachment of six volunteers, led by Lt. Alexandre Rosenberg, planned to stop the train at Aulnay, in the suburbs of Paris.
- No because I want to preserve as much as possible my detachment and impartiality.
- But this detachment gives the biography a dutiful, going-through-the-motions tone.
- That sense of detachment from the caprices of Mother Nature is pretty unique in human history.
- Bidding a young bank manager take charge of the detachment, Frank led the newcomer rapidly to headquarters.
- In each case the tiny detachment discovered blackened walls and unburied corpses.
- A double detachment of soldiers was already there, with orders to support him in case of resistance.
- Presently tea was brought, but even then she preserved, smiling, her soft but complete detachment.
- Some armed vessels were, however, speedily despatched from Rio, and a detachment of militia from St. Paul's.