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Translation of "impound" - English-Spanish dictionary

impound

verb   /ɪmˈpaʊnd/
If the police impound something that belongs to you, they take it away because you have broken the law. (of the police or someone in authority) to take something away from someone because they have broken the law incautar The police impounded cars and other personal property belonging to the drug dealers. The vehicle was impounded by customs.787
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