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Arrest dans Anglais
detain; delay, slow down, stop; imprison detention; imprisonment

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Arrest dans Grec
συλλαμβάνω, κατακρατώ, σταματώ, συλαμβάνω κράτηση, σύλληψη (αστυνομική)

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon grec - anglais
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Arrest dans Chinois (s)
逮捕; 阻止, 制止; 拘留; 吸引 逮捕; 阻止, 遏止; 拘留; 制动器

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Arrest dans Chinois (t)
逮捕; 阻止, 制止; 拘留; 吸引 逮捕; 阻止, 遏止; 拘留; 制動器

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Arrest dans Arabe
اعتقل, أوقف, كبح اعتقال, إيقاف

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon anglais - arabe
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Arrest dans Espagnol
arrestar, aprehender, aprisionar, capturar, detener, llevar en custodia, retener por la fuerza; paralizar, parar; ser muy atrayente, ser atrayente, ser extasiante arresto, aprehensión, captura, detención, prendimiento, reclusión

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Arrest dans Russe
арестовывать, арестовать, задерживать, останавливать; приковывать, приковывать внимание, выключать; приостанавливать; тормозить арест, задержание, наложение ареста; задержка, приостановка; стопорный механизм

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Arrest dans Néerlandais
arresteren; vertragen; gevangen nemen aanhouding, arrestatie; in gevangenhouding

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Arrest dans Portugais
prender; interromper; proibir prisão; sentença; interrupção

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Arrest dans Turc
tutuklamak, durdurmak; önlemek, bloke etmek, el koymak, çekmek (dikkat) tutuklama, tevkif, durdurma, önleme

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Arrest dans Italien
arrestare, fermare, impedire; (fig) attirare, colpire sospensione, arresto

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Arrest dans Français
arrêter; retarder; empêcher arrêt; arrestation

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Arrest dans Allemand
verhaften, gefangen nehmen Haft, Verhaftung, Gefangennahme

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Arrest dans Japonais
逮捕する; 止める; 引く 逮捕; 止めること

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Arrest dans Hébreu
לעצור; לעכב; לאסור מעצר; מאסר

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Arrest dans Coréen
정지시키다, 멈추게 하다; 체포하다, 구금하다 정지시킴; 붙잡음, 체포; 제동장치(기계)

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Arrest dans Suédois
hejda, hindra; försena; arrestera, anhålla avbrott; arrest, fängslande

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Arrest dans Anglais
The act of stopping

droit d'auteur: Provenance du Dictionnaire: Hepatitis Central (TM) Liver Disease Medical Glossary
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In the event that an EU citizen is arrested while outside the EU, he or she has the right to seek assistance from any EU Member State embassy, if his or her own country is not represented. (See EU citizenship)

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arrest
\ar*rest"\, v. i. to tarry; to rest. [obs.]
arrest
\ar*rest"\ (&?;), v. t. [imp. & p. p. arrested; p. pr. & vb. n. arresting.] [oe. aresten, of. arester, f. arrêter, fr. ll. arrestare; l. ad + restare to remain, stop; re + stare to stand. see rest remainder.]
1. to stop; to check or hinder the motion or action of; as, to arrest the current of a river; to arrest the senses. nor could her virtues the relentless hand of death arrest. ips.
2. (law) to take, seize, or apprehend by authority of law; as, to arrest one for debt, or for a crime.
note: after this word shakespeare uses of ("i arrest thee of high treason") or on; the modern usage is for.
3. to seize on and fix; to hold; to catch; as, to arrest the eyes or attention.
4. to rest or fasten; to fix; to concentrate. [obs.] we may arrest our thoughts upon the divine mercies. taylor.

  similar words(2) 

 resisting arrest 
 arrest of judgment 

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The detention of a vessel until the purpose of the arrest has been fulfilled.

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v. qop

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An arrest is the act of depriving a person of their liberty usually in relation to the purported investigation or prevention of crime and presenting (the arrestee) to a procedure as part of the criminal justice system. The term is Anglo-Norman in origin and is related to the French word arrêt, meaning "stop".

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intertio, capio, prehendo, comprehendo

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Noun
1. the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"
(synonym) apprehension, catch, collar, pinch, taking into custody
(hypernym) capture, gaining control, seizure
(derivation) collar, nail, apprehend, pick up, nab, cop
2. the state of inactivity following an interruption; "the negotiations were in arrest"; "held them in check"; "during the halt he got some lunch"; "the momentary stay enabled him to escape the blow"; "he spent the entire stop in his seat"
(synonym) check, halt, hitch, stay, stop, stoppage
(hypernym) inaction, inactivity, inactiveness
(hyponym) countercheck
Verb
1. take into custody; "the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
(synonym) collar, nail, apprehend, pick up, nab, cop
(hypernym) seize, prehend, clutch
(derivation) apprehension, catch, collar, pinch, taking into custody
2. hold back, as of a danger or an enemy; check the expansion or influence of; "Arrest the downward trend"; "Check the growth of communism in Sout East Asia"; "Contain the rebel movement"; "Turn back the tide of communism"
(synonym) check, turn back, stop, contain, hold back
(hypernym) defend
(hyponym) cut down, cut out
3. attract and fix; "His look caught her"; "She caught his eye"; "Catch the attention of the waiter"
(synonym) catch, get
(hypernym) attract, pull, pull in, draw, draw in
4. cause to stop; "Halt the engines"; "Arrest the progress"; "halt the presses"
(synonym) halt, hold
(hypernym) stop
(derivation) arrester, arrester hook


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      raters      raster

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gabh

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Arrest, (v.t.)

Formally to detain one accused of unusualness.

God made the world in six days and was arrested on the seventh.

"The Unauthorized Version"
  

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An arrest warrant granted in emergencies

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noun
stopping of a bodily function
see also CARDIAC


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Hold time in legal custody, either at the scene of a crime or as a result of investigations. Arrest also can be the result of a complaint filed by a third party, an outstanding warrant, or a revocation of probation or parole.
  

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(v. t.)
To take, seize, or apprehend by authority of law; as, to arrest one for debt, or for a crime.
   (v. t.)
To stop; to check or hinder the motion or action of; as, to arrest the current of a river; to arrest the senses.
   (v. t.)
To seize on and fix; to hold; to catch; as, to arrest the eyes or attention.
   (v. t.)
To rest or fasten; to fix; to concentrate.
   (v. t.)
The taking or apprehending of a person by authority of law; legal restraint; custody. Also, a decree, mandate, or warrant.
   (v. t.)
The act of stopping, or restraining from further motion, etc.; stoppage; hindrance; restraint; as, an arrest of development.
   (v. t.)
Any seizure by power, physical or moral.
   (v. t.)
A scurfiness of the back part of the hind leg of a horse; -- also named rat-tails.
   (v. i.)
To tarry; to rest.
  

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To deprive a person of liberty by legal authority; in the technicalcriminal law sense, to seize an alleged or suspected offender to answer for acrime.

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pehkau, pehkaya

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to seize; an order or decree.

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To stop; to seize; to deprive one of his liberty by virtue of legal authority.

Whether a detention was an investigatory stop or a full-blown arrest is a question of law subject to de novo review. See U.S. v. Diaz-Lizaraza, 981 F.2d 1216, 20-22 (11th Cir.'93). Courts have stated that '[i]n determining 'when' a person is arrested, we ask at what point, 'in view of all the circumstances surrounding the incident, a reasonable person would have believed he [she] was not free to leave.' ' U.S. v. Hastamorir, 881 F.2d 1551, 1556 (11th Cir.'89) (quoting U.S. v. Hammock, 860 F.2d 390, 93 (11th Cir.'88)); see also U.S. v. Vargas, 643 F.2d 296, 98 (5th Cir. Unit B'81); 2 John Wesley Hall, Jr., Search and Seizure 22:3 at p.87 (2d ed. '93). Strictly speaking, this particular formulation of the standard for determining whether an arrest has occurred is not a completely accurate statement of the law, for 'an investigatory stop is not an arrest despite the fact that a reasonable person would not believe he is free to leave.' (U.S. v. Hastamorir, 881 F.2d at 1556). This is so because even during an investigative stop, which by definition is not an arrest, it would be clear to a reasonable person so detained that he was not free to leave during the stop. See 2 LaFave, Section(s) 5.1(a) at 393 (1994 Supp. at 135).

It appears that some Court's unfortunate articulation of the 'reasonable person/free to leave' test for judging arrests resulted from collapsing the Royer-Mendenhall standard for judging when a 'seizure' occurs into the test governing when such a seizure qualifies as an arrest. See United States v. Hammock, 860 F.3d at 393 (stating that an arrest occurs when ' 'a reasonable person would have believed he was not free to leave.'') (U.S., 446 U.S. at 554 (Stewart & Rehnquist, JJ., concurring)).

Of course, whether a seizure has occurred and whether an arrest has occurred are separate and distinct inquiries, the latter class of detention being a subset of the former. See 2 LaFave, Section(s) 5.1(a) at 392-93; Richard A. Williamson, The Dimensions of Seizure: The Concepts of 'Stop' and 'Arrest', 43 Ohio St.L.J. 771, 802-17 (1982) (hereinafter 'Williamson').

So, what is the appropriate standard for judging whether an arrest has occurred, as opposed to a mere investigatory stop? No brightline test separates an investigatory stop from an arrest, and that consequently the question whether a seizure constitutes an arrest is one that one can only be answered on a case-by-case basis in light of 'all the circumstances.'

An arrest occurs whenever a reasonable person 'would have understood the situation to constitute a restraint on freedom of movement of the degree ... [ordinarily] associate[d] with [a] formal arrest.' U.S. v. Corral-Franco, 848 F.2d 536, 540 (5th Cir.'88) (quoting U.S. v. Bengivenga, 845 F.2d 593, 596(5th Cir.), cert. denied, 488 U.S. 924 ('88)); see George E. Dix, Nonarrest Investigatory Detention in Search and Seizure Law, 1985 Duke L.J. 849, 927 ('Dix'); accord Berkemer v. McCarthy, 468 U.S. 420, ('84) (a person is 'in custody' for Miranda purposes when he is 'subjected to the restraints comparable to those associated with a formal arrest').

The inquiry is simply whether a reasonable person would have believed that he was 'under arrest' (as that term is commonly understood) at the time of his seizure. U.S. v. Patterson, 648 F.2d 625, 632 (9th Cir.'81); see generally Williamson, 43 Ohio St.L.J. at 815-16. Thus, if the circumstances surrounding a seizure would be viewed by a reasonable person as indicating that he would not be free to leave for an indefinite, or for an extended period of time, then that person has been placed under arrest. See 1 Wayne R. LaFave & Jerold H. Israel, Criminal Procedure Section(s) 3.8 at 297 (1984) ('[A] stopping differs from an arrest not in the incompleteness of the seizure but in the brevity of it.'); cf. U.S. v. Sharpe, 470 U.S. 675, 684-86, ('85) (noting that an investigative stop implies a 'temporary' detention, typically of short duration); Terry v. Ohio, supra, at 26, (noting that an arrest implies 'future interference with the individual's freedom of movement' beyond that attendant with an investigative stop); U.S. v. Mosquerra-Ramirez, 729 F.2d 1352, 56 (11th Cir.'84) (recognizing this temporal distinction between arrests and investigative stops).

It is not the actual length of time of the detention that is the key here, but, rather, whether a reasonable person would perceive, while detained, on the basis of the totality of the circumstances (including, very importantly, the actions and representations of the seizing officers, see U.S. v. Brunson, 549 F.2d 348, 58 (5th Cir.), cert. denied, 434 U.S. 842 ('77)), that he is 'under arrest' as commonly understood, in that he is likely to be detained for an indefinite or extended period of time.

An arrest can occur in an instant. An officer can put his hand on a person and state that that person is 'under arrest.' See U.S. v. Moreno, 897 F.2d 26, 31 (2d Cir.), cert. denied, 497 U.S. 1009, ('90); cf. California v. Hodari D., supra, 499 U.S. at 626, (At common law, '[a]n arrest require[d] either physical force ... or, where that was absent, submission to the assertion of authority.'). An arrest can also occur in an instant even if the officers do not use that magic phrase. Cf. U.S. v. Setzer, 654 F.2d 354, 57 (5th Cir. Unit B. '81), cert. denied, 459 U.S. 1041 ('82).

It may be argued that the standard of 'a reasonable person believing he is under arrest' will have its own difficulties, see Dix, supra, 1985 Duke L.J. at 929-31, but the common man or woman in this country, using common sense, understands this concept. Ordinarily, when a highway patrolman stops and detains a person for speeding, that person would not reasonably believe he or she is under arrest. See Pennsylvania v. Mimms, 434 U.S. 106 ('77) (police ordering an occupant out of a vehicle following a traffic stop does not result in an arrest).

Similarly, if an officer stops a person on the street and states, 'I just want to ask you some questions,' that person would not, at that moment, reasonably believe that he or she is under arrest. See Florida v. Rodriguez, 469 U.S. 1, 5-6 ('84) (such an encounter is not even a 'seizure' under the Fourth Amendment).

But if an armed officer, wearing a raid jacket, violently seizes a person, forces him to the ground, and places him in handcuffs (or other restraints), would not that person reasonably believe he was under arrest? Of course he would. Cf. U.S. v. Tookes, 633 F.2d 712, 715 (5th Cir. Unit B. '80). The difference is that in the first two examples the totality of the circumstances would lead the person detained to believe that his detention would be brief, whereas in the last example there is nothing in the situational context that would lead him to reasonable believe that he would soon or very shortly be permitted to leave and go on about his business.

When weighing the various factors that may distinguish an investigative stop from an arrest, e.g. the number of officers present, the officer's show of force, and the use of physical restraints, see U.S. v. Hammock, supra, at 393, such an inquiry must, in the end, be guided by ''common sense and ordinary experience.' ' U.S. v. Hastamorir, supra, at 1556 (quoting U.S. v. Espinosa-Guerra, 805 F.2d 1502, 09 (11th Cir.'86)) (further citation omitted). And in the 'common sense' view, when an individual is directed to leave his house (or that of a friend) by the police, is then immediately handcuffed by armed officers, and is forced to lie down on the ground in the presence of almost a dozen FBI agents wearing raid jackets, in a neighborhood that has been cordoned off by marked and unmarked police vehicles, such a person could not reasonably believe that he would, soon or shortly, be free to leave, and, therefore, he would reasonably believe that he has been subject to an arrest, rather than a mere investigatory stop. See U.S. v. Hawkins, 59 F.3d 723, 727 (8th Cir.'95) (suspect under arrest when removed from his bedroom and handcuffed in the hallway); U.S. v. Morgan, 743 F.2d 1158, 1164 (6th Cir.'84) (suspect under arrest when ordered to exit his house by several police officers who had surrounded his house), cert. denied, 471 U.S. 1061 ('85); U.S. v. Williams, 630 F.2d 1322, 1324 (9th Cir.) (same under similar facts), cert. denied, 449 U.S. 865 ('80); see also Oliveira v. Mayer, 23 F.3d 642, 645-46 (2d Cir.'94) (suspect under arrest when he was handcuffed by armed officers after being told to exit his vehicle), cert. denied, 115 S.Ct. 721 (1995); U.S. v. Anderson, 981 F.2d 1560, 65-66 (10th Cir.'92) (same under similar facts); U.S. v. Del Vizo, 918 F.2d 821, 824-25 (9th Cir.'90) (same); U.S. v. Gentry, 839 F.2d 1065, 1070 (5th Cir.'88) (same).

An arrest does not necessarily and automatically result only from the use of physical restraints (e.g., handcuffs), U.S. v. Hastamorir, supra, at 1557; U.S. v. Kapperman, 764 F.2d 786, 790 n. 4 (11th Cir.'85), or only from the officers' show of force (e.g. drawing their weapons), U.S. v. Roper, 702 F.2d 984, 988 (11th Cir.'83), it cannot be seriously doubted that these factors, when used in conjunction, would ordinarily lead a reasonable person to believe that he is under arrest, cf. 2 LaFave, supra, Section(s) 5.1(a) at 390-91; 3 id. 9.2(d) at 366-67, especially when such a seizure follows directly on the heels of an official directive, or even a 'request,' to leave the sanctuary of one's home.

Under one view, an arrest under the Fourth Amendment, would only occur when the police recite the magic words, 'You are now under arrest,' or perhaps after the passage of a considerable period of time. Such a result is plainly inconsistent with the precedent of the Supreme Court, Dunaway v. New York, 442 U.S. 200, 212-13 ('79) (whether a suspect was told that he was 'under arrest' is irrelevant to determining whether he was, in fact, under arrest).

When it is clear that the officers have resorted to such restrictive seizures of individuals (handcuffing them at gunpoint) in order to investigate their suspicions of prior criminal activity, the detention of the suspects is sufficiently serious to constitute an arrest requiring probable cause, even if the officers did not formally advise the suspects that they were 'under arrest' (or even if the officers did not intend to effect a 'formal' arrest). U.S. v. Diaz-Lizaraza, supra, at 1221-22; see also U.S. v. Vargas, supra, at 298.

Arrest In Civil Cases, Practice. An arrest is the apprehension of a person by virtue of a lawful authority, to answer the demand against him in a civil action.

To constitute an arrest, no actual force or manual touching of the body is requisite; it is sufficient if the party be within the power of the officer, and submit to the arrest. Barewords, however, will not make an arrest, without laying the person or otherwise confining him. It is necessarily an assault, but not necessarily a battery.

Arrests are made either on mesne or final process. An arrest on mesne process is made in order that the defendant shall answer, after judgment, to satisfy the claim of the plaintiff; on being arrested, the defendant is entitled to be liberated on giving sufficient bail, which the officer is bound to take. 2. When the arrest is on final process, as a ca. sa., the defendant cannot generally be dis charged on bail; and his discharge is considered as an escape.

In all governments there are persons who are privileged from arrest in civil cases. In the United States this privilege continues generally while the defendant remains invested with a particular character. Members of congress and of the state legislatures are exempted while attending the respective assemblies to which they belong parties and witnesses, while lawfully attending court; electors, while attending a public election; ambassadors and other foreign ministers; insolvent debtors, when they have been lawfully discharged; married women, when sued upon their contracts, are generally privileged; and executors and administrators, when sued in their representative characters, generally enjoy the same privilege. The privilege in favor of members of congress, or of the state legislatures, of electors, and of parties and witnesses in a cause, extend to the time of going to, remaining at, and returning from, the places to which they are thus legally called.

The code of civil practice of Louisiana enacts as follows, namely: Art. 210. The arrest is one of the means which the law gives the creditor to-secure the person of his debtor while the suit is pending, or to compel him to give security for his appearance after judgment. Art. 211. Minors of both sexes, whether emancipated or not, interdicted persons, and women, married or single, cannot be arrested. Art. 212. Any creditor, whose debtor is about to leave the state, even for a limited time, without leaving in it sufficient property to satisfy the judgment which he expects to obtain in the suit he intends to bring against him, may have the person of such debtor arrested and confined until he shall give sufficient security that be shall not depart from the state without the leave of the court. Art. 213. Such arrest may be ordered in all demands brought for a debt, whether liquidated or not, when the term of payment has expired, and even for damages for any injury sustained by the plaintiff in either his person or property. Art. 214. Previous to obtaining an order of arrest against his debtor, to compel him to give sufficient security that be shall not depart from the state, the creditor must swear in the petition which he presents to that effect to any competent judge, that the debt, or the damages which he claims, and the amount of which he specifies, is really due to him, and that he verily believes that, the defendant is about to remove from the state, without leaving in it and lastly, that he does not -take this oath with the intention of vexing the defendant, but only in order to secure his demand. Art. 215. The oath prescribed in the preceding article, ulay be taken either by the creditor himself, or in his absence, by his attorney in fact or his agent, provided either the one or the other can swear to the debt from his personal and direct knowledge of its being due, and not by what he may know or have learned from the creditor he represent. Art. 216. The oath which the creditor is required to take of the existence and nature of the debt of which he claims payment, in the cases provided in the two preceding articles, may be taken either before any judge or justice of the peace of the place where the court is held, before which he sues, or before the judge of any other place, provided the signature of such judge be proved or duly authenticated. Vide Auter action pendant; Lis pendens: Privilege; Rights. Arrest, In Criminal Cases. The apprehending or detaining of the person, in order to be forthcoming to answer an alleged or suspected crime. The word arrest is more properly used in civil cases, and apprehension in criminal. A man is arrested under a capias ad respondendum, apprehended under a warrant charging him with a larceny.

It will be convenient to consider, 1, who may be arrested; 2, for what crimes; 3, at what time; 4, in what places; 5, by whom and by what authority.

Who May Be Arrested. Generally all persons properly accused of a crime or misdeameanor, may be arrested; by the laws of the United States, ambassadors (q. v.) and other public ministers are exempt from arrest.

For what offences an arrest may be made. It may be made for treason, felony, breach of the peace, or other misdemeanor.

At What Time. An arrest may be made in the night as well as in the day time and for treasons, felonies, and breaches of the peace, on Sunday as well as on other days. It may be made before as well as after indictment found.

At What Places. No place affords protection to offenders against the criminal law; a man may therefore be arrested in his own house, (q.v.) which may be broken into for the purpose of making the arrest.

Who May Arrest And By What Authority. An offender may be arrested either without a warrant or with a warrant. First, an arrest may be made without a warrant by a private individual or by a peace officer. Private individuals are enjoined by law to arrest an offender when present at the time a felony is committed, or a dangerous wound given.

Peace officers may, a fortiori, make an arrest for a crime or misdemeanor committed in their view, without any warrant. An arrest may therefore be made by a constable, a justice of the peace, sheriff, or coroner. Secondly, an arrest may be made by virtue of a warrant, which is the proper course when the circumstances of the case will permit it.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Arrest dans Grec
συλλαμβάνω, σύλληψη

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(Lex). συλλαμβάνω

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Ουσ. κράτηση, σύλληψη//
σταμάτημα, αναχαίτιση, ανάσχεση//
καθήλωση, ακινητοποίησηΡημ. συλλαμβάνω,θέτω υπό κράτηση, θέτω υπό περιορισμό//
ανακόπτω, αναχαιτίζω, σταματώ//
προσελκύω την προσοχή, εντυπωσιάζω//
αναστέλλω την εφαρμογή (νομ.)
π.χ
She was arrested for selling illicit copies of the software.


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συλλαμβάνω

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Arrest dans Espéranto
n. arestiarestado, arestigxo, aresto


Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - espéranto
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arestado, aresti, aresto

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - espéranto (M.F).
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Arrest dans Chinois (s)

[E5rest] vt. 拘捕,妨碍,吸引,阻止,使懒惰
to make inactive
arrest◇vitalize
使懒惰◇使有生气
Synonyms: check, halt, interrupt, stall, stay
Sample:medicine brought an arrest to the spread of his cancer.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: La Bible Noire GRE - chinois (S) - anglais
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[E5rest] vt. 阻止(check),使不活跃 (to make inactive)逮捕
(反)arrest ◆ vitalize 使不活跃 ◆ 使有生气
(记)ar(=ad朝向)+ rest 静止 联想:朝向静止发展→阻止,使不活跃

Provenance du Dictionnaire: La Bible Bleue GRE - chinois (S) - anglais
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Arrest 扣押 扣押制动装置

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire chinois - anglais 专业字典
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[E] arrest (n|vt) [P] apreensão (f), apreender (vt) [C] 逮捕

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Arrest dans Interlingua
n arresto, arrestation; v arrestar

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Arrest dans Arabe

VT
أوقف ، صد إعتقل ، قبض على إستوقف
N
ايقاف ، كبح ، صد اعتقال المكبح

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais arabe
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اسْم : إيقاف . كَبْح . اعتقال
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فِعْل : يُوْقِف . يكبح . يعتقل . يَلْفِت

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire bref anglo - arabe
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تَوَقُّف

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire medical anglais arabe
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تَوَقُّف

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire dentaire
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ألاسم

اِحْتِجَاز ; اِعْتِقال ; حَبْس ; قَبْضٌ على

الفعل

لَفَتَ النَّظَرَ


ethar1@yahoo.com

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais vers arabe
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Arrest dans Visayan
arestuhin;dakup;gidakop;gidakup;padakop

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Arrest dans Tchèque
pozastavit, upoutat, zadržet, zastavit, zatknout

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais tchèque
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Arrest dans Estonien
arreteerima; arreteerimine

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais estonien
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Arrest dans Indonésien
mencegah,menarik perhatian,menangkap,menahan

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - indonésien
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menangkap/menghentikan
my child #01

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Mas NDon Dictionnaire anglais indonésien
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mencekal, penangkapan, bekuk, menciduk, menangkap

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - indonésien
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ciduk, menciduk
Balifolder.com


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Arrest dans Espagnol
v.- arrestar | detener | suspender | interrumpir | parar | suprimirs.- arresto | detención | suspensión | interrupción | paro | colapso | supresión

Provenance du Dictionnaire: anglais espagnol par Jaime Aguirre
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paro cardiaco

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais espagnol
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(n.) = detención, arresto.
Ex: The number of drug related arrests in the USA has increased considerably.
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* arrest warrant = orden de detención, orden de arresto.
* be under arrest = estar bajo arresto, estar arrestado, ser arrestado, estar detenido, ser detenido.
* cardiac arrest = síncope cardiaco, paro cardiaco.
* house arrest = arresto domiciliario.
* make + arrests = detener, arrestar, hacer una detención, hacer un arresto.
* place under + arrest = arrestar, detener.
* resist + arrest = oponer resistencia a la autoridad.
* under house arrest = bajo arresto domiciliario.
* warrant for + Posesivo + arrest = orden de detención, orden de arresto.
(v.) = detener, arrestar.
Ex: Librarians have been known to devote time to entrap and arrest individuals who use the library toilets for sexual purposes = Hay casos de bibliotecarios que han dedicado tiempo a atrapar y detener a individuos que utilizan los servicios de la biblioteca con fines sexuales .
(v.) = atraer.
Ex: People who will not stop to read pamphlets, brochures, etc produced by the library may be arrested by an eye-catching, colourful display.


Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais espagnol (l'Université Granada, Espagne), 7.7
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aprehension, carceleria, detener, detención

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - espagnol
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Arrest dans Russe
№_1.: [n.]
1)
арест, задержание
under ~ под арестом, под запретом
3) задержка, остановка №_2.: [v.]
1)
задерживать, останавливать, приостановить (решение суда)
2) арестовывать
3) приковывать (внимание)
4) [тех.] тормозить, выключать (машину)
5) [спорт.] приём (метод) предотвращения падения альпиниста

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - russe (Morteza)
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(v) арестовать; арестовывать; задержать; задерживать; приостанавливать (n) арест; приостановка

droit d'auteur: Learn more at ling98.com Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Lingvistica anglais - russe
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арестовывать, арест, задерживать, задержание

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - russe (Dogan)
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задержание

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1. n. 1. задержание, арест; under arrest - под арестом; arrest to the room - домашний арест; arrest in quarters - казарменный арест 2. наложение ареста (на имущество) 3. задержка, остановка; приостановка - arrest of judgement 4. тех. стопорный механизм 2. v. 1. арестовывать, задерживать 2. останавливать; приостанавливать 3. приковывать (взоры, внимание) 4. выключать (машину, прибор); тормозить Syn: capture

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - russe (Mueller24)
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Arrest dans Papiamento
arestá

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Arrest dans Néerlandais
aanhouding, arrestatie

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - néerlandais
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stuiten; tegengaan; tegenhouden

droit d'auteur: © Jakob Vlietstra, 2006 Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Technique anglais - néerlandais
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Arrest dans Portugais
parada cardíaca
Livros de IK

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Korytowski - Dictionnaire du Traducteur anglais - portugais
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apreensão

droit d'auteur: Tom van der Meijden Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - portugais
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[mecânica] s. trava, f.; travão, m.
v. parar; deter; prender; arrestar; embargar; impedir

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais portugais (Oliveira)
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Arrest dans Turc
v.s_h|o_h.tutukla+e.sona erdir:n.tutuklama

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais turc
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tutuklamak; durdurmak, kesmek, bitirmek, önünü almak; dikkatini çekmek, cezbetmek

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais turc (М Yildiz)
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i. tutuklama, tevkif. f. 1. tutuklamak, tevkif etmek. 2. durdurmak.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Saja anglais - turc
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TEVKİF ETMEK; NEZARETTE TUTMAK:

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Militaire anglais turc
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i. tutuklama, tevkif. f. 1. tutuklamak, tevkif etmek. 2. durdurmak. arrest s.o.´s attention birinin dikkatini çekmek.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais turc (Magnétron)
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v.s_h|o_h.tutukla+e.sona erdir:n.tutuklama

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Erzin anglais - turc
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Arrest dans Thaï
vt. อะเร้สท (ม.ปลาย)
1. จับกุม : The policeman arrested the thief.
2. ทำให้หยุด : We must arrest the flow of blood or he will die. ; Poor food arrests the growth of children.
3. ดึงดูด (ความสนใจ) : The bright colors of the picture arrested his attention.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - thaï (Loy)
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(อะเรสทฺ') vt. จับ,จับกุม,ดึงดูด,ทำให้หยุด,กั้น, ยับยั้ง,เกาะตัว. -n. การจับกุม,ภาวะที่ถูกจับกุม,การหยุดยั้ง,ภาวะที่ถูกหยุดยั้ง. -arrester n. -arrestment n. ( คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: stop,halt)

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Eci anglais - thaï
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เหนี่ยวรั้ง,จับ

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - thaï
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Arrest dans Vietnamien

[ə'rest]

◊ danh từ

▪ sự bắt giữ

◦ under arrest : bị bắt giữ

▪ sự ngừng lại, sự chặn lại, sự hãm lại

▪ (pháp lý) sự hoãn thi hành

◦ arrest of judgement : sự hoãn thi hành một bản án

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ bắt giữ

▪ làm ngừng lại, chặn lại, ngăn lại, hãm lại (máy đang chạy...)

▪ lôi cuốn (sự chú ý)

◦ to arrest someone's attention : lôi cuốn sự chú ý của ai

▪ (pháp lý) hoãn thi hành (một bản án vì có sự lầm lẫn)



Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais vietnamien
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Arrest dans Italien
detenzione, arrestare, arresto

droit d'auteur: Tom van der Meijden Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - italien
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Arrest dans Roumain
a aresta;arestare;a opri

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais roumain (MF)
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I. 1. arestare;
2. (stare de) arest; interdictie;
3. oprire; incetare; frinare; impiedicare;
II. 1. a aresta; a pune sub interdictie;
2. a opri, a impiedica; a pune capat (unei epidemii etc.);
3. a retine (atentia etc.), a atrage (privirile etc.);
4. a fixa; a decupla; a opri; a frina; I. 1. several arrests > mai multe arestari;
2. under arrest > sub arest, in stare de arest;

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais roumain (RDE)
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(th) oprire; încetare; piedică; reţinere // a opri; a reţine
  

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Victors - Dictionnaire Technique anglais roumain
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arestare; a aresta; a opri

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais roumain (DM)
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întrerupere; a aresta; a fixa; a opri; a retine; a retine (atentia); arest; oprire; suspendare

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire DERFOC anglais - roumain
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Arrest dans Catalan
s arrest, detenció | segrest
v arrestar, detenir | segrestar

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - Catalan
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Arrest dans Polonais
vt (criminal ) aresztować (zaaresztować perf ) A friend had been arrested for possession of explosives. (sb's attention ) przykuwać (przykuć perf ) Among the paintings that arrested my attention was one from a blind girl. aresztowanie nt Several arrests had already been made. you're under arrest jest Pan aresztowany

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais polonais (Gold)
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aresztować, zatrzymywać; przykuwać (uwagę); areszt, zatrzymanie

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais polonais
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zatrzymanie; aresztaresztować; zatrzymać

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Arrest dans Français
arrest1 [B'rest] n
(a)arrestation f (d'un malfaiteur); Jur prise f de corps; Mil Nau arrêts mpl;
under arrest, en état d'arrestation; Mil Nau aux arrêts;
warrant of arrest, arrest warrant, mandat m d'arrêt;
several arrests were made, plusieurs personnes ont été arrêtées;
to make an arrest, (of police officer) effectuer un arrêt;
Mil Nau open arrest, arrêts simples;
Mil Nau close arrest, arrêts forcés ou de rigueur;
house arrest, Mil Nau arrêts à la chambre; Pol etc résidence surveillée;
to be under house arrest, être assigné à la résidence;
(b)(of movement, progress etc) arrêt m, suspension f;
cardiac arrest, arrêt du cœur;
(c)Jur arrest of judgment, sursis m à l'exécution d'un jugement.

arrest2 vt
(a)(capture) arrêter (quelqu'un,), mettre (quelqu'un,) en état d'arrestation; Scot & Nau saisir (des biens mobiliers, un navire);
the arresting officer, le policier qui a effectué l'arrestation;
you are the arresting officer?, c'est vous qui avez effectué l'arrestation?;
(b)(stop) arrêter (le mouvement, le progrès de quelqu'un, de quelque chose);
arrested growth, arrêt m dans la croissance (de quelqu'un,); arrêt dans le développement (de quelque chose);
Jur to arrest judgment, suspendre l'exécution d'un jugement;
(c)arrêter, fixer, retenir (les regards).

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - français (Kelkouli Rédha)
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détention, arrêter, alpaguer, arrestation

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - français
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Arrest dans Bulgare
спирам; арестувам; арест; задържам; задържане;

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - bulgare
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[@'rest] v 1. спирам, задържам; забавям (развитие, процес); {2} [] n 1. спиране, задържане; забавяне; 2. арестуване, задър

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais bulgare (for Тerry)
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[ъ'rest] v 1. спирам, задържам; забавям (развитие, процес); спирам развитието на; ~ed mental development спряно/забавено умствено развитие; 2. спирам, приковавам (поглед, внимание), 3. арестувам, задържам; 4. мор. конфискувам; to ~ judgment юр. спирам изпълнението на присъда (поради някаква грешка). [] n 1. спиране, задържане; забавяне; 2. арестуване, задържане, арест; under ~ под арест, арестуван; to put/place under ~ арестувам, задържам, поставям под арест; 3. тех. блокиращ механизъм, аретирно приспособление.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais bulgare
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Arrest dans Croate
zadržati

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais croate (Igaly)
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uhititi , obustava , zatvor , Zealand , uhićenje , Ukrajna , zatvoriti

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais croate (Mijic)
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zadržati

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Arrest dans Allemand
Einhalt gebieten, festnehmen, Haft, Festnahme

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Arrest dans Danois
arrestere

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglo - danois
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Arrest dans Persan
توقيف‌، توقيف‌ كردن‌، بازداشتن‌، جلوگيري‌ كردن‌

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Salaty anglais persan (Texte)
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Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Salaty anglais persan (Graphique)
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توقيف، توقيف كردن، بازداشتن، جلوگيري كردن

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire HmT anglais persan
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توقيف شخص ،سد کردن ،ممانعت کردن ممانعت ،سد،دستگير کردن ،جلب کردن ،جلوگيرى از سقوط( کوهنوردى)،حکم توقيف ،حکم ضبط،بازداشت ،توقيف کردن ،بازداشتن ،جلوگيرى کردن
علوم مهندسى : جلوگيرى
قانون ـ فقه : دستگيرى ،توقيف کردن جلوى ادامه جريان دادرسى و على الخصوص صدور حکم دادگاه را با حکم يا قرار همان دادگاه گرفتن
روانشناسى : وقفه
بازرگانى : ضبط کردن
ورزش : جلوگيرى از سقوط
علوم نظامى : دستگير کردن
 کلمات مرتبط(8)  کلمات مرتبط(arrest):



بازگشت به واژه arrest


arbitrary arrest 
arrest of judgment 
 arrest warrant 
cardiac arrest 
 parol arrest 
privilege frome arrest 
 under arrest 
warrant as arrest 



Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais persan (Hojjat Rabiee)
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توقيف‌ ، توقيف‌ كردن‌ ، بازداشتن‌ ، جلوگيري‌ كردن‌

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Farajbeik anglais persan (v.2)
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بازداشت کردن، توقيف کردن، متوقف کردن، بازداشت، توقيف توقيف دادرسي، امتناع از صدور حکم (به علت نقص اساسي پرونده) قرار، بازداشت باز داشت (يا توقيف) غير قانوني با سوء نيت موجب بازداشت کسي شدن قرار بازداشت

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Mokhtari Légal anglais persan
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ِ¢¤î ‎¤‏ًَّ› ٹ ِ—ھگ¢¥‘“ ٹ ِ¢¤î é‏ىّ— ٹ é‏ىّ—under a.=é‏ىّ—ٹ’‏ىم—ٹ¤‘—ê¤ً

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Arrest dans Hongrois
lefog, feltartóztat, leköt, lefékez, letartóztat

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - hongrois
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feltartóztatás; lefoglalás; letartóztatás; megakadályozás; zár alá vétel; őrizetbe vétel

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - hongrois (Száraz)
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lefoglalás, letartóztatás, zár alá vétel

droit d'auteur: Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglo - hongrois
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feltartóztat,megakadályoz,megakaszt,gátol,lefékez,megállít,letartóztat,lefog,ôrizetbe vesz,lefoglal,leköt

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais hongrois (Csorvassy)
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Arrest dans Serbe
Hapsenje-Zadrzavanje-Zastoj-Zadrzati-Zaustaviti-Zatovor-Zatvoriti-Prikovati-Privuci-Sprecavati-Uhvatiti-Zaustavljanje-Zaustavljati

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais serbe
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Arrest dans Albanais
arrestoj

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - albanais (ARDi X)
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[ë'rest] v.,n. -vt. 1. ndaloj, kap, arrestoj. 2. tërheq; arrest one's attention tërheq vëmendjen e dikujt. 3. ndal; pengoj, frenoj; measures to arrest inflation masa për të frenuar inflacionin./-n. 1. arrestim, kapje; under arrest i arrestuar; be/place/put under arrest jam i arrestuar/arrestoj. 2. drejt. pezullim, ndalim; arrest of judgment pezullim i zbatimit të vendimit.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - albanais (Bujar. S)
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f. arrestoj, kap e. arrestim, ndalim

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais albanais
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Arrest dans Mongol
v. барьж авах, баривчлах, саатуулах. 2. їйл явц, хєдєлгєєнийг зогсоох, сааруулах. 3. анхаарал/ сонирхол татах. n. 1. баривчлага. 2. зогсолт, хаагдалт.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Temuka anglais - mongol
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баривчлах, хорих, битүүмжлэх, гавлах, баривчлага, саатуулалт, саатал, саатуулах, анхаарал татах, тоормослох

droit d'auteur: Copyright©2004 Amar A. AACS. All rights reserved. Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire AACS anglais - mongol
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Arrest dans Suédois
låsning, regling, låsa, regla, spärra

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire de la Géologie anglo - suédois
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anhållande, häkta, arrestera, arrestera

droit d'auteur: Tom van der Meijden Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - suédois
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Arrest dans Ourdou
v.t. giraftaar karna/jaa leyna

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - ourdou
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v. a.
1. stop روکنا - اٹکانا - باز رکھنا
2. seize پکڑنا - گرفتار کرنا
to arrest the attention مانع حکم - تعرض اجرائے حکم


Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - ourdou v0.91b
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Arrest dans Slovak
zadržati, aretirati; aretacija, zapor

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais slovène/ slovène anglais
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Arrest dans Ukrainien
(v) арештувати; заарештовувати; заарештувати; затримати; затримувати (n) арешт

droit d'auteur: Learn more at ling98.com Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - ukrainien
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