jail

listen to the pronunciation of jail
Englisch - Türkisch
hapishane

Amerika'da hapishanede mahkumlar için ayrılan yer mahkumlara yeterli değildir.Bu yüzden hapishaneler çok kalabalıktır. - In the U.S., there are more prisoners than there is jail space for them. So the prisons are overcrowded.

On mahkûm hapishaneden çıktı. - Ten prisoners broke out of jail.

cezaevi

Sami ilçe cezaevinde Leyla'yı ziyaret etti. - Sami visited Layla at the county jail.

{i} hapis

Tom Mary'nin sonuna kadar hapiste kalmamasını umuyor. - Tom hopes Mary doesn't end up in jail.

Tom Mary'yi kefaletle hapishaneden çıkardı. - Tom bailed Mary out of jail.

{i} kodes
dam
(Kanun) cezaevine koymak
mapushane
hapse atmak
hapishaneye kapatmak
hapsetmek
{f} hapset
yargılanmakta olan sanığın tutuklu olduğu tutukevi. "prison" ise yargılanması sonucu ceza alan mahkumların tutulduğu yerdir
{i} hapishane, mahpushane
{i} kafes
{f} tutuklamak
tutukevi
school
okul

Lütfen okul kurallarına uyun. - Please follow the school rules.

O okulunu çok seviyor. - She likes her school a lot.

gaol
hapishane
gaol
hapis
jail cell
hücre
jail delivery
hapishaneden çıkma
jail bait
hapis yem
jail break
hapis break
jail fever
Tifüs, hapishane humması
jail sentence
hapis cezası
jail term
hapis
jail breaking
(Kanun) hapishaneden kaçma
school
(Eğitim) öğrenim kurumu
clap somebody in jail
(Argo) kodese tıkmak
clap somebody into jail
(Argo) kodese tıkmak
school
fakülte

Tom, hukuk fakültesine gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom made up his mind to go to law school.

Tom az önce hukuk fakültesinden mezun oldu. - Tom has just graduated from law school.

break jail
hapisten kaçmak
gaol
cezaevine kapatmak
gaol
cezaevi
gaol
hapse atmak
jailed
{f} hapset
jailing
{i} hapsetme
jailing
{f} hapset
school
yetiştirmek
school
birdem
school
eğitmek
school
bir ustadın öncüsü olduğu tarz veya üslup
school
öğret

Tom her zaman öğretmenler kendisine izin verdiği sürece geç saatlere kadar okulda kalır. - Tom always stays at school as late as the teachers allow him to.

Eğitim yaptığın okulda yazı yazmanın yanı sıra sağduyuyu öğretmediler mi? - Didn't they teach you common sense as well as typing at the school where you studied?

school
{i} ekol
city jail
Şehir hapishanesi
in jail
hapiste
jailed
hapsedilmiş
jailing
hapsederek
prisoners sharing a jail cell
mahkumların hapishane hücresi paylaşımı
school
(Denizbilim) sürü

Bir sürücü okuluna gidiyorum. - I go to a driving school.

Tom'un okulda bir sürü sorunları vardı. - Tom had a lot of problems at the school.

school
{i} (balık, balina v.b. için) sürü
school
{i} balık sürüsü

Bizim tekne bir balık sürüsünü izledi. - Our boat followed a school of fish.

toward jail
hapis doğru
end up in jail
hapishaneyi boylamak
escape from jail
hapisten firar etmek
gaol
i., f., İng., bak. jail
gaol
kodes
gaol
gaoler bak jail
get out of jail
cezaevinden çıkmak
get out of jail
hapisten çıkmak
put into jail
deliğe tıkmak
school
güz

Okulda güzel sanatlar okuyor. - She is studying fine art at school.

Tom'u okula götürmen güzeldi. - It was nice of you to drive Tom to school.

school
{i} ekol: school of philosophy felsefe ekolü
school
{i} okul çalışanları ve öğrencileri
school
{i} tarz

O eli ağzının üzerinde okul kızlarının yapma tarzına güldü. - She laughed the way schoolgirls do, with her hand over her mouth.

Lisedeyken ne tarz müzikten hoşlanırdın? - What kind of music did you like when you were in high school?

school
{f} terbiye etmek
school
(isim) okul, mektep, ekol, tarz, okul çalışanları ve öğrencileri, okul binası, balık sürüsü
throw s.o. into jail
birini hapse atmak
throw someone into jail
birini hapse atmak
Englisch - Englisch
The requirements that a horse claimed in a claiming race not be run at another track for (usually) 30 days
A place for the confinement of persons held in lawful custody or detention, especially for minor offenses or with reference to some future judicial proceeding
To imprison
Confinement in a jail
school

I have to go to jail for 5 days per week.

A prison; a place of detention; a place where a person convicted or suspected of a crime is detained
{n} a prison, a place of confinement
when the ball is in a position where it cannot be swung at or advanced at all, or in any normal way (e g , in thick trees) Example: I hit it in jail on number 2 and had to take an unplayable lie
a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)
A kind of prison; a building for the confinement of persons held in lawful custody, especially for minor offenses or with reference to some future judicial proceeding
jail jails jailing jailed in BRIT, also use gaol
{i} prison, location where convicted criminals and people awaiting trial are confined; incarceration, imprisonment
lock up or confine, in or as in a jail; "The suspects were imprisoned without trial"; "the murderer was incarcerated for the rest of his life"
A county institution usually for persons awaiting trial, unsentenced felons and misdemeanants and sentenced misdemeanants and felons
tr>
A jail is a place where criminals are kept in order to punish them, or where people waiting to be tried are kept. Three prisoners escaped from a jail. = prison
{f} put in prison, incarcerate, jail, detain
Where a golf ball usually lies after a hacker hits it A place from which escape is nearly impossible Deep rough, woods, buried lies, and other unpleasant places represent jail for a golf ball (See also dead )
A state in which a proxy's access is limited to a given directory The chroot directive lets the Unix system administrator place a proxy server into a "jail" where it has access only to files in a given directory This helps limit damage if the server's security is compromised, because the intruder can access only the files in the one directory
Where you will end up if caught flying on the Heathrow approach
If someone is jailed, they are put into jail. He was jailed for twenty years. a place where criminals are kept as part of their punishment, or where people who have been charged with a crime are kept before they are judged in a law court = prison (jaiole, from caveola, from cavea ). gaol to put someone in jail jail sb for sth
an extremely difficult place from which to hit the golf ball safely Often referred to when deep in the trees where the trees themselves look like the bars of a jail cell Example: "Paul sliced his drive badly and had to play his second shot from jail "
coop
prison house
poky
jail sentence
A term of imprisonment imposed by a court
jail cell
{i} prison cell, room where a prisoner is kept
jail delivery
the use of force to liberate prisoners
jail-bird
person who is in jail, prisoner
jail-fever
{i} typhus fever, epidemic typhus
Jail.
jug
gaol
Obsolete spelling of jail
gaol
To confine in a gaol; to imprison
gaol
Preferred alternative spelling of jail
in jail
in a jail, as a prisoner
jail.
crowbar hotel

If Vick gets 18 months in the crowbar hotel, as speculated, that essentially means two seasons away from the NFL.

jailing
An instance of a person being jailed
jailing
Present participle of jail
rot in jail
Expression of anger directed at someone who has been arrested, especially after that individual had committed a particularly heinous crime

The mother of the little girl just wanted the child predator to rot in jail after what he did to her.

gaol
{n} a prison, place of confinement, jail
A jail
lockup
A jail
hoosegow
A jail
calabozo
break jail
escape from prison, run away from jail
gaol
see jail. Variant of jail. a British spelling of jail
gaol
UK, archaic, alternative spelling of jail
gaol
A place of confinement, especially for minor offenses or provisional imprisonment; a jail
gaol
lock up or confine, in or as in a jail; "The suspects were imprisoned without trial"; "the murderer was incarcerated for the rest of his life"
gaol
a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)
gaol
{f} (British) put in prison, incarcerate, jail, detain
gaol
{i} prison, jail (British)
gaol
prefered
gaols
plural of gaol
jailed
in captivity
jailed
{s} imprisoned, confined, placed in a jail
jails
plural of jail
rotted in jail
jailed for along time, deteriorated while in jail
jail
Favoriten