Translation for 'seclusion' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN1   a seclusion | seclusions
NOUN2   seclusion | -
SYNO privacy | privateness | seclusion
seclusion {noun}уединеност {ж}
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Translation for 'seclusion' from English to Bulgarian

seclusion {noun}
уединеност {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • On Wednesday, December 1, 2021 The Department Of Justice released a document detailing the seclusion tactics utilized by teachers and staff in FCPS.
  • ... "issur yichud", "prohibition of seclusion") prohibit seclusion in a private area of a man and a woman who are not married to each other.
  • Linder was one of Brentano's main correspondents during his religious seclusion.
  • Miguel Herz-Kestranek lives in seclusion, alternating between Vienna and Lake Wolfgang.
  • It has also opposed the use of seclusion rooms for autistic students.

  • Intrusion on seclusion is one of the four privacy torts created under U.S. common law.Seclusion is defined as the state of being private and away from people.
  • It is then that the girl goes into seclusion with "amakhankatha" (assistants) and her aunt.
  • Ebersole introduced legislation in the 2021 legislative session that would require the Maryland State Department of Education to keep track of the number of students restrained or placed in seclusion.
  • However, as seclusion was perceived as a mark of honor, all women “mimicked the goals of seclusion by modest dress and public behavior, and by supporting a highly articulated system of honor” deeply influenced by Orthodox teaching.
  • Binukot, also spelled Binokot, is a pre-colonial Visayan tradition from the Philippines that secludes a young woman with the expectation that seclusion will result in a higher value placed on the girl by marital suitors in the future.

  • Harrison spent a period in seclusion while mourning her loss.
  • The House bill also forbids seclusion unless there is an immediate threat of physical injury and less restrictive methods will not resolve the situation.
  • Some are anchorites, homeless mendicants preferring solitude and seclusion in remote parts, without affiliation.
  • The initiates were about 8 to 13 years old, and the ceremony was followed by a period of seclusion for the initiates.
  • Seclusion and veiling was a luxury that poorer families could not afford; so, Cairo's lower-class women could not cover their faces with the "burqu".

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