(of a house or other building) Not joined to another on either side
a four-bedroom detached house
Aloof and objective
he managed to remain detached from petty politics
degage: showing lack of emotional involvement; "adopted a degage pose on the arm of the easy chair"- J.S.Perelman; "she may be detached or even unfeeling but at least she's not hypocritically effusive"; "an uninvolved bystander"
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"
no longer connected or joined; "a detached part"; "on one side of the island was a hugh rock, almost detached"; "the separated spacecraft will return to their home bases"
used of buildings; standing apart from others; "detached houses"; "a detached garage"
lacking affection or warm feeling; "an uncaring person"
not fixed in position; "the detached shutter fell on him"; "he pulled his arm free and ran"
A single-family detached home, or single-family home or detached house for short, also variously known as a single-detached dwelling, single-family dwelling, or separate house (see below), is a free-standing residential building. ...
(Detachment (military)) A detachment (from the French détachement) is a military unit. It can either be detached from a larger unit for a specific function or (particularly in United States Military usage) be a permanent unit smaller than a battalion. ...
(Detachments (British band)) Detachments are a London-based, English electronic band led by Lancastrian - Sebastien Marshal O'Malley. They were discovered and signed by in 2008.
Of a house: not joined to another house on either side; Having little or no emotions or interest towards someone else; Not influenced by anyone else; characterized by an impersonal objectivity; impartial
(detachedness) The state or quality of being detached
(detach) To take apart from; to take off
(Detach) Detaching from a Dynamic Web Template causes the template itself to be "applied" to the page. ...
(detach) Permanently removing a file as an external reference in an assembly.
(detach) To delete a virtual disk object from the operating system. See attach.
(detachment) The situation in which both blades break contact.
(DETACHMENT) is the ability to observe people and events and not become emotionally charged by anything perceived. ...
(Detachment) A group of Land Force units not collocated with the base that supports them.
(Detachment) A process of completely letting go from something altogether, as opposed to nonattachment where you choose to simply experience something without assigning it meaning or relevance. ...
(Detachment) The exclusion of territory from a city or district.
(Detachment) The process of a soil particle, nutrient, or pesticide breaking free from its position in the soil.
(Detachment) The recognition that we are not responsible for another person’s medical condition, treatment and decisions. Also, the emotional separation from another person so that we are not used, abused or manipulated by others actions or inactions.
(Detachment) The relationship of consciousness to form when the consciousness is no longer caught up in the activity of the form but stands observing it.
(Detachment) a term which implies any fraction of a body of men , or an entire corps charged particularly with functions which are dependent for their duration upon circumstances in war or actual service. A troop; squadron, or party of soldiers; a knot of men who jointly carry out any charge. ...
(Detachment) this is a central teaching of the BKs. The world is about to end, there is only time enough to focus on spiritual development and to create ones own fortune for the next life in Heaven. ...