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Significado de “prison” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "prison" - Diccionario Inglés

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prisonnoun

uk   /ˈprɪz.ən/  us   /ˈprɪz.ən/
B1 [C or U] a ​building where ​criminals are ​forced to ​live as a ​punishment: Conditions in the prison are said to be ​appalling. He's ​spent a lot of ​time in prison. She went to/was ​sent to prison for six ​months. It was a maximum-security prison (= ​intended to be ​especiallydifficult to ​escape from). They should put him in prison and ​throw away the ​key! a prison ​cell/​sentence/​guard
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[U] the ​system of ​keepingpeople in prisons: the prison ​system Do you ​think prison ​works? Prison (= the ​time he had ​spent in prison) hadn't ​changed him at all.
[C] a ​situation or ​relationship from which it is ​difficult to ​escape: She ​felt that her ​marriage had ​become a prison.

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Significado de "prison" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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prisonnoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈprɪz·ən/
a ​building where ​criminals are ​kept as a ​punishment: [U] He was ​sent to prison for ​life.
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Traducciones de “prison”
en coreano 감옥…
en árabe سِجْن…
in Malaysian penjara…
en francés prison…
en ruso тюрьма…
en chino (tradicionál) 監獄, 監禁,關押, 關押制度…
en italiano prigione…
en turco hapishane, mahpushane…
en polaco więzienie…
en español prisión, cárcel…
in Vietnamese nhà tù…
en portugués prisão, cadeia…
in Thai คุก…
en alemán das Gefängnis…
en catalán presó…
en japonés 刑務所, 拘置所…
en chino (simplificado) 监狱, 监禁,关押, 关押制度…
in Indonesian penjara…
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