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Translation of "confine" - English-Spanish dictionary

confine

verb /kənˈfain/
to keep within limits; to stop from spreading confinar, limitar They succeeded in confining the fire to a small area.
to shut up or imprison confinar, recluir The prince was confined in the castle for three years.
confined adjective
(with to) kept in or shut up in recluido She was confined to bed with a cold.
narrow, small reducido, limitado a confined space.
confinement noun
state of being shut up or imprisoned reclusión solitary confinement.
(formal, old-fashioned) (the time of) the birth of a child parto her third confinement.
confines /ˈkon-/ noun plural
(formal) limits or boundaries límites, confines within the confines of the city.
(Definition of confine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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