estrange英 [ɪs'treɪndʒ] 美 [ɪˈstrendʒ]estrange的翻译第三人称单数：estranges现在分词：estranging过去分词：estranged过去式：estranged
1. The argument estranged him from his wife.
2. His behavior estranged him from his brother.
3. His foolish behavior estranged all his friends.
1. 疏远：estrange from 使疏远 | estrange 疏远 | estrangedness 疏远
2. 使疏远：estop 阻止,禁止 | estrange 使疏遠 | evanish 消失
3. 使离开：estrane 雌烷 | estrange 使离开 | estranol 雌烷酚
4. 交惡,疏離：esquire 比騎士低的仕紳或見習生 | estrange 交惡,疏離 | ewer 廣口水罐,臉盆
1. He is estrange d from his wife.
2. I hope that the dispute will not estrange us.
3. I hope this dispute will not estrange us.
4. What has estrange d the two friends from each other?
5. His behaviour estrange him from his brother.
6. As I was quite estrange d from my husband in affection, so I took no heed to my words
7. I hope the debate will not estrange us.
8. A situation that we wanted to estrange ourselves from and which united us.
9. The affair has estrange d him from his family.
10. She had something of an estrange d mien.
11. The bridges have shorten the distance between people, but estrange the distance between people and nature.
12. The demonization of China will estrange the Chinese from the West and place distance between peoples.
13. His constant need to travel served to estrange him from most family activities.
1. arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness
e.g. She alienated her friends when she became fanatically religious
2. remove from customary environment or associations
e.g. years of boarding school estranged the child from her home