Even after her wedding, Meghan’s estranged father, Thomas Markle, continued to speak negatively to the press about his relationship with his daughter.
Director Amanda Wilkinson said it was a particularly difficult time for students “from low-income backgrounds with caring responsibilities or estranged families”.
In February 2021, a High Court judge ruled that one of them, The Mail on Sunday, had invaded Meghan’s privacy by publishing a private letter she had sent to her estranged father.
2021 年 2 月，一名高等法院法官裁定，其中一个网站《星期日邮报》发布了梅根写给分居父亲的私人信件，侵犯了梅根的隐私。
—New York Times
caused to be unloved
The adjective estranged suggests a loss of affection, a turning away from someone. When a couple separates, we often refer to them as estranged — or no longer together.
形容词 estranged 表示失去感情，远离某人。当一对夫妇分开时，我们通常称他们疏远了——或者不再在一起了。
The word estranged is an unfriendly word with a negative connotation. The word strange within it seems to suggest an alienation of affection, and that a loving relationship has not only soured, but turned distant and even somewhat hostile. While the word is usually used to describe a human relationship, it can also refer to a political situation where nations that were once allies develop conflicts and become estranged.
A mother, an estranged wife, a daughter, a student — almost all are tearful harridans, teasing seductresses or heartless, laughing tormentors.
—Review: In ‘The World of Kanako,’ the Old Ultraviolence by Andy Webster
Americans, raised in a young country, lack a sense of history and are estranged from the Biblical roots of American ideals.
—A Few Theories about Why James Comey Might Call Himself “Reinhold Niebuhr” on Twitter by Paul Elie
I always knew, even when I was estranged from the regent, that all my friends might desert me, all my plans might founder, all my hopes be dashed, but the regent would never abandon me.
—Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
disaffected (adj.)”estranged, hostile, having the affections alienated,” usually in reference to one displeased with the actions of an authority or a party, “disloyal,” 1630s, past-participle adjective from disaffect. Related: Disaffectedly; disaffectedness.Related entries & more
disaffected (adj.)“疏远的，敌对的，疏远了感情”，通常指的是对权威或一方的行为不满意的人，“不忠诚”，1630 年代，disaffect 的过去分词形容词。相关：不满；不满。相关条目及更多
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