adjective: Removed or separated from something else; apart.
adjective: Lost or deep in thought; preoccupied.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
What caused credit to freeze as the TED spread (which should be about 50) went up to nearly 300 last fall, and is still hovering near 100, is the leveraged speculation that pervaded every form of financial transaction — ALL of it abstracted from the actual production of stuff … like houses, which have a value in themselves.
The Beautiful Soul represents Hegel's attempt to convey the mode of consciousness of those human beings full of great individual goodness and purity, yet cut off and abstracted from the world of which they are a part.
We have, through the long and complicated processes of teleological argument, abstracted from a class called God, which was assumed to be multiply instantiable in objects called gods, to another class, also called God, which is assumed to be only singularly instantiable.
Obviously the flock herd manager will be abstracted from the response Llama team, leaving it shortstaffed and alllowoing the FLM to say “not my remit”.
Now these records are coming to the Internet, albeit in abstracted form, through Information Wanted, a website of the Boston College Irish Studies Program.