remand Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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remandverb [T often passive]

uk   /rɪˈmɑːnd/  us   /-ˈmænd/ specialized
to ​send someone ​accused of ​committing a ​crime away from ​court until ​theirtrialbegins: He was remanded ontheftcharges. The ​accused was remanded in ​custody (= ​kept in ​prison before the ​trialbegan) for a ​week.be remanded on bail to be ​allowed to ​leave a ​lawcourt after you have been ​accused of ​committing a ​crime to go to a ​particularplace, usually ​yourhome, to ​wait until the ​trialbegins, after ​paying an ​amount of ​money to the ​court that will not be given back if you do not ​appear at the ​trial

remandnoun [U]

uk   /rɪˈmɑːnd/  us   /-ˈmænd/ specialized
the ​state of being remandedon remand UK in ​prison until a ​courttrialbegins: He was held on remand in ​prison for 18 ​months.
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