adjective: Distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote: stood apart with aloof dignity.
adverb: At a distance but within view; apart.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Why did Dunn remain aloof from the expatriate society in Macao for so many years when other traders partook of it regularly?
In short, to grow our intellectual capital and to ensure its steady flow to the business community, we can no longer afford to remain aloof from the economic and business environment.
We cannot afford to remain aloof from the constitutional debate.
Law firms, by contrast, often hold themselves aloof from the stark realities their clients face.
That is why it is natural that cases like that of the Pilkingtons will be ideal springboards to attack modern day reactive policing which is detached and seemingly aloof from the public they should be serving.