Complete Definition of "estrange"

English

Etymology
From OF. estranger—to treat as a stranger; from L. extraneus—foreigner, stranger

Pronunciation
IPA|/ɪˈstreɪndʒ/ or /əˈstreɪndʒ/

Verb
en-verb|estrang|ing

#transitive To cause to feel less close or friendly; alienate.
#transitive To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations.

Synonyms
italbrac|cause to feel less close: alienate, antagonize, isolate

Translations
trans-top|To cause to feel less close or friendly; alienate
Finnish: vieraannuttaa
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Greek: t|el|αποξενώνω|sc=Grek (apoxenóno)
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trans-top|To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations
Finnish: vieraannuttaa
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trans-top|Translations to be categorised
ttbc|Chinese: 疏遠, 疏远
ttbc|Dutch: vervreemden
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ttbc|French: s'aliéner
ttbc|German: entfremden
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fr:estrange
io:estrange
it:estrange
te:estrange
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