Origin of isolate
OTHER WORDS FROM isolatei·so·la·tor, nounre·i·so·late, verb (used with object), re·i·so·lat·ed, re·i·so·lat·ing.un·i·so·late, verb (used with object), un·i·so·lat·ed, un·i·so·lat·ing.
How to use isolate in a sentence
They were ordered to isolate, meaning they could not go to work.Hogan’s first batch of coronavirus tests from South Korea were flawed, never used|Steve Thompson|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Finally, everyone who gets an exposure notification needs to take advice about properly isolating.Do digital contact tracing apps work? Here’s what you need to know.|Cat Ferguson|November 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Disability Rights California found the facility uses isolation and solitary confinement excessively, including to isolate people based on medical conditions unnecessarily.Morning Report: Beiser Unlikely to Leave Board, Despite New Removal Process|Voice of San Diego|November 18, 2020|Voice of San Diego
I assume you want to isolate the noise and not the air pollution.
It’s different for a person who has been painfully isolated for months than it is for someone who has had contact with their family.How to have a safer — but not safe — pandemic Thanksgiving|Brian Resnick|November 11, 2020|Vox
At each corner of the Vesta plate is a slot into which the isolator fits, as shown in Fig. 263.
The pressure causes the isolator to straighten out, and the indentations fit snugly under the respective hooks on the plates.
It will be seen that the "D" isolator is of one piece only (shown separately in Fig. 266).