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arrestverb [T]

uk   us   /əˈrest/

arrest verb [T] (CATCH)

B1 If the police arrest someone, they take them away to ask them about a crime that they might have committed: He was arrested when customs officers found drugs in his bag. The police arrested her for drinking and driving.
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arrest verb [T] (STOP)

formal to stop or interrupt the development of something: The treatment has so far done little to arrest the spread of the cancer.

arrest verb [T] (MAKE NOTICE)

formal to attract or catch someone's attention: A photo of a small boy arrested my attention.

arrestnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /əˈrest/
B2 the act of arresting someone: Two arrests were made, but the men were later released without charge. She was stopped outside the shop and placed/put under arrest.
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Traducciones de “arrest”
en árabe يَعْتَقِل…
en coreano 체포하다…
in Malaysian tangkap, menyekat…
en francés arrêter…
en turco tutuklamak…
en italiano arrestare…
en chino (tradicionál) 抓住, 逮捕, 拘捕…
en ruso арестовывать…
en polaco aresztować…
in Vietnamese bắt giữ, ngăn lại…
en español detener, arrestar, capturar…
en portugués prender, capturar, deter…
in Thai จับกุม, หยุดชะงัก…
en alemán verhaften, hemmen…
en catalán detenir…
en japonés ~を逮捕する…
in Indonesian menangkap, menghentikan…
en chino (simplificado) 抓住, 逮捕, 拘捕…
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