1 [U] detaching or being detached 派遣; 分遣
*the detachment of units from the main force 从主力部队派遣的小分队.
(a) state of being not influenced by others 不受他人影响; 独立; 客观
*show detachment in one's judgements 表现出独立的见解.
(b) lack of emotion; indifference 冷静; 超然
*He answered with an air of detachment. 他以超然的神态回答.
3 [C] group of soldiers, ships, etc sent away from a larger group, esp to do special duties 分遣队; 支队; 特遣舰队
*a detachment of signallers 通讯兵支队.
the state of not reacting to or being involved in something in an emotional way
≠ involvementdetachment from He felt a sense of detachment from what was happening around him.[C]
a group of soldiers who are sent away from a larger group to do a special job [singular, U]formal
when something becomes separated from something elsedetachment of detachment of the retina
1. A detachment of ten men remained behind to guard the prisoners. 一个由十人组成的小分队在后面监视犯人。