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arrest

verb /əˈrest/
to capture or take hold of (a person) because he or she has broken the law
detener, arrestar, capturar
The police arrested the thief.
to stop
detener, parar
Economic difficulties arrested the growth of industry.
under arrest in the position of having been arrested
detenido, bajo arresto
The thief was placed under arrest.
Translations of “arrest”
in Arabic يَعْتَقِل…
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 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 from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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