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re·moved

 (rĭ-mo͞ovd′)
adj.
1. Distant in space, time, or nature; remote.
2. Separated in relationship by a given degree of descent: A first cousin's child is one's first cousin once removed.

re·mov′ed·ly (-mo͞o′vĭd-lē) adv.
re·mov′ed·ness n.

removed

(rɪˈmuːvd)
adj
1. separated by distance or abstract distinction
2. (Law) (postpositive) separated by a degree of descent or kinship: the child of a person's first cousin is his first cousin once removed.
removedness n

re•moved

(rɪˈmuvd)

adj.
1. remote; separate; not connected with; distinct from.
2. distant by a given number of degrees of descent or kinship: My father's first cousin is my first cousin once removed.
[1540–50]
re•mov′ed•ly, adv.
re•mov′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.removed - separated in relationship by a given degree of descent; "a cousin once removed"
distant, remote - far apart in relevance or relationship or kinship ; "a distant cousin"; "a remote relative"; "a distant likeness"; "considerations entirely removed (or remote) from politics"
2.removed - separate or apart in time; "distant events"; "the remote past or future"
far - located at a great distance in time or space or degree; "we come from a far country"; "far corners of the earth"; "the far future"; "a far journey"; "the far side of the road"; "far from the truth"; "far in the future"

removed

adjective remote, foreign, outside, alien, irrelevant, unrelated, unconnected, immaterial, extraneous, extrinsic outlandish rubbish, far removed from reality

removed

adjective
1. Far from others in space, time, or relationship:
Idiom: at a distance.
2. Far from centers of human population:
3. Set away from all others:
Translations

removed

[rɪˈmuːvd] ADJ to be far removed from sthdistar or apartarse mucho de algo
his political views are far removed from theirssus ideas políticas distan or se apartan mucho de las de ellos
an indifference not far removed from contemptuna indiferencia rayana con or que rayaba en el desprecio
first cousin once removed (= parent's cousin) → tío/a m/f segundo/a; (= cousin's child) → sobrino/a m/f segundo/a, hijo/a m/f de primo carnal

removed

[rɪˈmuːvd] adj
first cousin once removed → cousin(e) au deuxième degré
References in classic literature ?
This is the man who removed the thorn from my foot.
Now, however, it was absolutely to be; every preparation was resumed, and very soon after the Churchills had removed to Richmond, a few lines from Frank, to say that his aunt felt already much better for the change, and that he had no doubt of being able to join them for twentyfour hours at any given time, induced them to name as early a day as possible.
And the tragic poet is an imitator, and therefore, like all other imitators, he is thrice removed from the king and from the truth?
Anne would not hear of returning to her mother at Welmingham, because she had been removed to the Asylum from that place, and because Sir Percival would be certain to go back there and find her again.
The girl removed herself from the house the next morning before we were any of us astir, and she has not been heard of since.
Dick, the blackbird, was removed from the counting-house and promoted to a warm corner in the common sitting-room.
Jenny was, however, by the care and goodness of Mr Allworthy, soon removed out of the reach of reproach; when malice being no longer able to vent its rage on her, began to seek another object of its bitterness, and this was no less than Mr Allworthy, himself; for a whisper soon went abroad, that he himself was the father of the foundling child.
The part of duty I am now upon, though necessary, is very disagreeable to my natural make and temper, as I know it must be grievous to you, who are of the same species; but it is not my business to animadvert but to obey such orders as I receive, and therefore, without hesitation, shall deliver you his Majesty's orders and instructions, namely- that your lands and tenements, cattle of all kinds and live stock of all sorts, are forfeited to the Crown; with all other your effects, saving your money and household goods, and you yourselves to be removed from this his Province.
The rind is perhaps an eighth of an inch in thickness; and denuded of this at the time when it is in the greatest perfection, the fruit presents a beautiful globe of white pulp, the whole of which may be eaten, with the exception of a slender core, which is easily removed.
Drawing a cunningly wrought key from his pocket-pouch, he removed the cover of the right-hand dial of the controlling destination compass.
Their hats, coats, waistcoats and neckwear were soon removed and thrown outside the door, in the passage.
I called there a week ago--and heard that he had been removed to the sea-side.