Jail in spanish

Cárcel

pronunciation: kɑɹ̩θel part of speech: noun
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gaol [jail, -USA]2 = encarcelar, meter en la cárcel, hacer preso, arrestar, detener, enchironar, meter en chirona. 

Example: He has been gaoled for 16 years for terrorism and child pornography offences.

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» gaol + Nombre + for life = encarcelar de por vida, condenar a cadena perpetua. [La palabra gaol también se escribe jail, principalmente en inglés americano]

Example: In May 2009, both her attacker and the man who put him up to it were gaoled for life.

jail [gaol, -UK]1 = cárcel, prisión, chirona. 

Example: This article outlines the public library's outreach activities with children of all ages, the jail, and the local juvenile detention centre.

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» bail + Nombre + out of gaol = sacar de la cárcel bajo fianza.

Example: Ever since she got outta the mental institution and after Nia bailed her outta jail she stopped stalking people.

» face + a jail sentence = condenar a la cárcel, condenar a prisión, sentenciar a la cárcel, sentenciar a prisión.

Example: A Herefordshire mother says she's facing a jail sentence for taking her daughter on holiday during term time.

» face + a jail term = condenar a la cárcel, condenar a prisión, sentenciar a la cárcel, sentenciar a prisión.

Example: Based on her crime, she could be facing a jail term of up to 15 years.

» gaolbreak [jailbreak, -USA] = escaparse de la cárcel, escaparse de la prisión, fugarse de la prisión, fugarse de la cárcel.

Example: During the late 1960s, an escape artist jailbroke by using a lock pick, made out of a wire.

» go to + jail = ir a la cárcel, encarcelar, meter en la cárcel. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: This is a great book for children who have to deal with parents going to jail.

» jailbreak [gaolbreak, -UK] = fuga de la cárcel, fuga de la prisión.

Example: One of Belgium's most dangerous criminals, who staged an audacious jailbreak on a hijacked helicopter, has been tracked down to Morocco.

» jail cell = celda de prisión.

Example: A Dutch prisoner recently sued the government for 'torture' because his jail cell was too small.

» jailhouse [gaolhouse, -UK] = cárcel, prisión.

Example: A survey of 85 jailhouses in 2000 yielded disappointing results on the diagnosis and treatment of hepatitis C in inmates.

» jail inmate = recluso. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: This world needs more parking lot attendants and fewer jail inmates.

» jail sentence = encarcelamiento, condena, pena de prisión, pena de cárcel. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: A local computer whiz has been given a 7 year jail sentence for masterminding an international crime ring.

» jail term = pena de cárcel, pena de prisión, condena, encarcelamiento. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: Most courts in India are unwilling to impose heavy fines and jail terms for wildlife crimes.

» jail time = tiempo en la cárcel. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: Find an example of an intelligent person who acted unwisely and had to pay the consequences such as fines or jail time.

» put + Alguien + in jail = meter en chirona, meter en la cárcel, meter en prisión, encarcelar, enviar a la cárcel, enviar a prisión.

Example: Putting her in jail only makes the problem worse and uses up more tax payer money.

» release + Nombre + from jail = excarcelar, poner en libertad, salir de la cárcel. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: Sex offender Jonathan King is told to 'shut up' after he protests his innocence as he is released from jail.

» send + Nombre + to jail = enviar a prisión, enviar a la cárcel, encarcelar. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: This discussion focused on the activities of Frank Gillie, who has recently been sent to jail for getting libraries to pay substantial sums for multi-volume works which he could not provide.

» sentence + Nombre + to jail = condenar a la cárcel, condenar a prisión, sentenciar a la cárcel, sentenciar a prisión. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: A Kyrgyz woman who went to the Dubai police charging that she had been raped has been sentenced to jail for one year.

» slam + Alguien + in jail = meter en chirona, meter en la cárcel, meter en prisión, encarcelar, enviar a la cárcel, enviar a prisión.

Example: Lindsay is in need of serious medical detox and this is why they didn't want to just slam her in jail.

» throw + Alguien + in jail = meter en chirona, meter en la cárcel, meter en prisión, encarcelar, enviar a la cárcel, enviar a prisión.

Example: If the judge believes she has violated the deal, he can throw her in jail for 90 days.

jail [gaol, -UK]2 = encarcelar, meter en la cárcel, hacer preso, arrestar, detener, enchironar, meter en chirona. 

Example: In 1892 Klas Linderfelt, the then ALA President, was jailed for 4 days on charges of embezzling more than $4,000 from library funds.

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» jail + Nombre + for life = encarcelar de por vida, condenar a cadena perpetua. [La palabra jail también se escribe gaol, principalmente en inglés de influencia británica]

Example: He was just a tot when his father was jailed for life for murdering his wife.
Jail synonyms:
lag in spanish: retraso, pronunciation: læg part of speech: noun jug in spanish: jarra, pronunciation: dʒʌg part of speech: noun remand in spanish: preventivo, pronunciation: rɪmænd part of speech: noun, verb gaol in spanish: cárcel, pronunciation: geɪl part of speech: noun incarcerate in spanish: encarcelar, pronunciation: ɪnkɑrsɜreɪt part of speech: verb clink in spanish: tintinar, pronunciation: klɪŋk part of speech: noun, verb immure in spanish: emparedar, pronunciation: ɪmjʊr part of speech: verb imprison in spanish: encarcelar, pronunciation: ɪmprɪzən part of speech: verb put away in spanish: guardar, pronunciation: pʊtəweɪ part of speech: verb jailhouse in spanish: carcel, pronunciation: dʒeɪlhaʊs part of speech: noun put behind bars in spanish: poner tras las rejas, pronunciation: pʊtbɪhaɪndbɑrz part of speech: verb
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