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Translation of "arrest" - English-Arabic dictionary

arrest

verb
 
/əˈrest/
B1 If the police arrest someone, they take the person away to ask them about a crime that they might have committed.
يَعْتَقِل
He was arrested for possession of illegal drugs.
Translations of “arrest”
in Korean 체포하다…
in Malaysian tangkap, menyekat…
in French arrêter…
in Turkish tutuklamak…
in Italian arrestare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抓住, 逮捕, 拘捕…
in Russian арестовывать…
in Polish aresztować…
in Vietnamese bắt giữ, ngăn lại…
in Spanish detener, arrestar, capturar…
in Portuguese prender, capturar, deter…
in Thai จับกุม, หยุดชะงัก…
in German verhaften, hemmen…
in Catalan detenir…
in Japanese ~を逮捕する…
in Indonesian menangkap, menghentikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抓住, 逮捕, 拘捕…
(Definition of arrest verb from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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