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under arrest


Definition (British English)

under, arrest
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Definition (American English)

under, arrest
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under, arrest
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under, arrest
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in Haft



in, Haft

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to be under arrest - in Haft seinLast post 22 Nov 08, 16:57
Terrorism charges against the Briton were eventually dropped but he remained under detention…2 Replies
under arrest on sth.Last post 28 Apr 08, 11:13
A 73-year-old Austrian is under arrest on suspicion of hiding his daughter in a cellar for 2…6 Replies
to arrest - anhaltenLast post 22 Mar 07, 11:01
"Eine Person anhalten" ist eine polizeiliche Amtshandlung. Wenn bei einer Ausweis- oder Fahr…2 Replies
nahm sie fest - placed them under arrest.Last post 20 Oct 10, 14:39
Ein Polizist sah es und nahm sie fest. A police officer saw that and placed them under arre…3 Replies
arrest - Einhalt (Pl.: die Einhalte)Last post 04 Mar 15, 15:35
Einhalt, der Wortart: Substantiv, maskulin \tSingular Nominativ \tder Einhalt Genitiv \tde…3 Replies
goods are not in dispute nor under arrestLast post 03 Sep 13, 21:04
Aus einem Kaufvertrag: "... seller shall guarantee ... that the goods are not in dispute no…2 Replies
"You're under restriction." - "Sie stehen unter Arrest".Last post 13 Oct 15, 16:24
Hallo, wie würdet ihr das übertragen? Danke!2 Replies
unter Hausarrest stehen - to be under house arrestLast post 21 Jan 14, 18:55
Frau Suu Kyi hatte in Myanmar 15 Jahre unter Hausarrest gestanden. -1 Replies
put my b.s under arrestLast post 02 Jul 08, 15:42
put my b.s under arrest von Ushers "appetite"3 Replies
remand - die Untersuchungshaft Last post 23 May 05, 18:01
Having heard 'U-Haft' used in the news, it took me a while to think what the full German wor…1 Replies

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