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Translation of "probation" - English-Spanish dictionary

probation

noun [no plural]   /prəʊˈbeɪ·ʃən/
a period of time when a criminal must behave well and not commit any more crimes in order to avoid being sent to prison libertad condicional to be on probation
(Definition of probation from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

probation

noun /prəˈbeiʃən, (American) prou-/
the system allowing people who have broken the law to go free on condition that they commit no more crimes and report regularly to a social worker libertad provisional
(in certain jobs) a period of time during which a person is carefully watched to see that he is capable of the job. período de prueba
probationary adjective
de prueba
probation officer noun
funcionario que vigila a las personas en libertad provisional
be/put on probation
to (cause to) undergo a period of probation estar/poner en período de prueba She’s currently on probation.
(Definition of probation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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