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prisonernoun [C]

uk   /ˈprɪz.ən.ər/  us   //
B1 a ​person who is ​kept in ​prison as a ​punishment: Prisoners ​climbed onto the ​prisonroof to ​protest the ​conditions inside the ​prison. hold/keep/take sb prisoner C2 to ​catch and ​guard someone so that they cannot ​escape: Of 10,000 ​troops, 7,000 were ​killed, ​wounded, or taken prisoner. The ​pilot and several ​passengers were ​held prisoner by the ​gunmen for 57 ​hours.

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prisonernoun [C]

 us   /ˈprɪz·ə·nər, ˈprɪz·nər/
a ​person who is ​kept in ​prison as ​punishment A prisoner is also someone who is under the ​control of someone ​else and not ​physicallyfree: Two ​securityguards were ​held/taken prisoner during the robbery.
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Traducciones de “prisoner”
en árabe سَجين…
en coreano 죄수, 수감자…
en portugués prisioneiro, -a, presidiário…
en catalán presoner, -a…
en japonés 囚人, 捕虜…
en chino (simplificado) 犯人,囚犯…
en turco mahkûm, hükümlü…
en ruso заключенный, военнопленный…
en chino (tradicionál) 犯人,囚犯…
en italiano prigioniero, -a…
en polaco więzień, więźniarka…
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