prison

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Englisch - Türkisch
hapishane

Hapishaneden çıktığımda, Tom tekrar ayaklarımın üstünde durmama yardımcı oldu. - When I got out of prison, Tom helped me get back on my feet.

Hapishaneden çıkmanı bekledim. - I waited for you to get out of prison.

hapis

Hapishane gardiyanının bir kadın olduğunu görmek çoğu insanı şaşırtır. - It surprises most people to find out that the prison warden is a woman.

Hapishaneden çıkmanı bekledim. - I waited for you to get out of prison.

{i} delik

Mahkûm cezaevi duvarının altında bir delik açtı. - The prisoner dug a hole under the prison wall.

cezaevi

Tom geçen ay cezaevinden serbest bırakıldı. - Tom was released from prison last month.

Tom on yıl önce cezaevinde öldü. - Tom died in prison ten years ago.

tutukevi
(Askeri) CEZAEVİ: Hapis cezasına çarpılanların kapatıldıkları yer
{i} hapsetme
hapsetmek
{i} kodes
prison breaker hapishane kaçağı
hapset
suçlularevi
prisoner
tutuklu

Tutuklu erkenden serbest bırakılmasını istedi. - The prisoner asked to be released early.

Tutukluya özgürlüğü verildi. - The prisoner was given his freedom.

prisoner
tutsak

Grant, 14.000 tutsak aldı. - Grant took 14,000 prisoners.

Kendinizi benim tutsaklarım olarak düşünün. - Consider yourselves my prisoners.

prisoner
{i} esir

Tom bir yerde esir tutuluyor. - Tom is being held prisoner somewhere.

Ben esir tutuluyorum. - I'm being held prisoner.

prison administration
(Kanun) cezaevi yönetimi
prison break
hapishaneden kaçış
prison term
(Kanun) hapis cezası

Onlar on yıllık bir hapis cezasıyla yüz yüze gelebilir. - They could face a ten-year prison term.

Sami'nin hapis cezası sona erdi. - Sami's prison term ended.

prison breaker
hapishane kaçağı
prison guard
hapishane gardiyanı

Hapishane gardiyanı her hükümlüye bir roman yazdırdı. - The prison guard made every prisoner write a novel.

Tom on yıldır bir hapishane gardiyanıdır. - Tom has been a prison guard for ten years.

prison governor
Hapishane müdürü, cezaevi sorumlusu
prison record
Sabıka kaydı
prison sentence
Hapis cezası
prison visitor
hapis ziyaretçi
prison warder
hapishanede gardiyan
prison breaker
firari
prison breaker
hapisten kaçan tutuklu
prison breaking
firar
prison camp
açık cezaevi
prison discipline
cezaevi disiplini
prison editor
yazı işleri editörü
prison monitoring board
(Kanun) cezaevi izleme kurulu
prison mutiny
(Kanun) cezaevi isyanı
prison officer
(Askeri) cezaevi subayı
prison officer
(Askeri) CEZAEVİ SUBAYI: Bir askeri mevki, kamp veya garnizonda; mahpusların nezaret, kontrol ve eğitiminden sorumlu olarak komutan tarafından tayin edilmiş subay
prison officer
gardiyan
prison officer
cezaevi görevlisi
prison psychology
mahkum psikolojisi
prison psychosis
hapishane psikozu
prison sentence
hasip cezası
prison watch commission
(Kanun) cezaevi izleme komisyonu
prisoner
hükümlü

O bir hükümlüye işkence etti. - He tortured a prisoner.

Hapishane gardiyanı her hükümlüye bir roman yazdırdı. - The prison guard made every prisoner write a novel.

military prison
(Askeri) askeri hapishane
prisoner
(Kanun) mevkuf
prisoner
mahkum

Mahkûm serbest bırakıldı. - The prisoner was released.

Beş mahkûm yeniden tutuklandı, ancak diğer üçü hâlâ serbest. - Five prisoners were recaptured, but three others are still at large.

prisoners
mahkumlar

Mahkumlar serbest bırakıldı. - The prisoners were set free.

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.

prisons
cezaevleri

Cezaevleri yeterli değil. - Prisons aren't enough.

Cezaevleri delilerle dolu. - Prisons are full of lunatics.

prisons
(Kanun) ceza evleri
breach of prison
hapisten kaçma
remand prison
tutukevi
detentive, prison
Cezaevi detentive
languish in prison
(deyim) Hapishanede çürümek
prisoner
esire
prisoners
tutuklular
prisoning
mahkum
ship prison
Gemi hapishane
to prison
hapis olmak
woman prison inmate
kadın cezaevi tutuklu
women's prison
kadınlar hapishanesinde
become like a prison to
zindan olmak
break out of prison
cezaevinden kaçmak
come out of prison
hapisten çıkmak
come out of prison
cezaevinden çıkmak
commit to prison
hapsetmek
commit to prison
(Fiili Deyim ) hapse attırmak
commit to prison
hapse mahkum etmek
escape from prison
(Kanun) hapishaneden firar
escape from prison
hapisten firar etmek
get out of prison
hapisten çıkmak
get out of prison
cezaevinden çıkmak
in prison
hapiste

Tom'un hapiste olan babası Tom'a hiç yazmaz. - Tom's father, who is in prison, never writes to Tom.

Kocası üç yıldır hapiste. - Her husband has been in prison for three years.

languish in prison
hapiste çürümek
prisoner
(Askeri) MAHPUS: Şahsi hürriyetinden mahrum edilen kimse; bir cezaevine konulan veya nezaret altına alınan ve münasip yetkili tarafından serbest bırakılmayan kimse
prisoner
mahpus

Tom bir yerde mahpus tutuluyor. - Tom is being held prisoner somewhere.

prisoner
hapis

Tom hapishaneye götürüldü. - Tom was taken prisoner.

Tutuklu hapishaneden kaçtı. - A prisoner escaped from the prison.

prisoner
{i} tutuklu, mahkûm, mahpus: political prisoner siyasi tutuklu
put in prison
hapsetmek
put in prison
hapse atmak
put into prison
hapse sokmak
railway prison car
(Askeri) MAHPUS VAGONU: Amerikan Kara Kuvvetleri tarafından satın alınan ve mahpusları gruplar halinde demiryolu ile taşımak maksadıyla değişiklik yapılmış olan yataklı vagon tipi bir yolcu vagonu
railway prison car
(Askeri) tutuklu vagonu
receiving into prison
(Kanun) cezaevine alma
receiving into prison
(Kanun) cezaevine girme
recommit to prison
yeniden tutuklamak
sentence prison
(Kanun) hapisle cezalandırmak
state prison
eyalet hapishanesi
throw into prison
hapse atmak
Englisch - Englisch
A place of long-term confinement for those convicted of serious crimes

The cold stone walls of the prison had stood for over a century.

Any restrictive environment, such as a harsh academy or home

The academy was a prison for many of its students because of its strict teachers.

Confinement in a prison

Prison was a harrowing experience for him.

to imprison
{v} to shut up in hold, confine, enchain
{n} jail, place of confinement, fast hold
A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment a prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
{f} imprison, put in prison, incarcerate, jail, detain
To imprison; to shut up in, or as in, a prison; to confine; to restrain from liberty
An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
To bind (together); to enchain
A prison is a building where criminals are kept as punishment or where people accused of a crime are kept before their trial. The prison's inmates are being kept in their cells He was sentenced to life in prison = jail. Institution for the confinement of people convicted of crimes. Prisons are administered by state, provincial, or national governments and house inmates for relatively long terms. They thus differ from jails, which usually are under local jurisidiction and house inmates serving short sentences. Until the late 18th century, prisons were used mainly for the confinement of debtors who could not meet their obligations, of accused persons waiting to be tried, and of convicts who were waiting for their sentences of death or banishment to be put into effect. Later, imprisonment itself came to be accepted as a means of punishing convicted criminals. In early U.S. prisons, prisoners were kept in isolation; in the 19th century, they were permitted to work together, but only in silence. At the end of the 19th century, prison reformers successfully advocated segregation of criminals by type of crime, age, and sex; rewards for good behaviour; indeterminate sentencing; vocational training; and parole. In the late 20th century, prison populations in many countries began to explode as arrests for violent offenses and for possession of small amounts of illegal drugs increased
A place where persons are confined, or restrained of personal liberty; hence, a place or state o&?; confinement, restraint, or safe custody
{i} jail, penitentiary, location where convicted criminals and people awaiting trial are confined
That which is produced by printing
A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
a prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement
Specifically, a building for the safe custody or confinement of criminals and others committed by lawful authority
joint
pokey
chokey
prison cell
The room to which a prisoner is confined in a prison
prison cells
plural form of prison cell
prison chaser
a prison guard; particularly one who guards military prisoners on fatigue duty

According to Ronal Branson's website, he joined the U.S. military in 1963 and was assigned to Fort Belvoir, Virginia, where he became a prison chaser, an inidividual who oversaw prison work deatil..

prison chasers
plural form of prison chaser
prison gang
A gang at a prison who seeks to intimidate the other inmates, pressuring them to relinquish their food and other resources
prison gangs
plural form of prison gang
prison-bound
incarcerated
prison-bound
destined for prison, by leading a life of crime
prison guard
A correction officer, correction official, corrections officer, corrections official, prison officer, detention officer, prison guard or prison warder is a person charged with the responsibility of the supervision, safety and security of prisoners in a prison or jail
prison officer
A correction officer, correction official, corrections officer, corrections official, prison officer, detention officer, prison guard or prison warder is a person charged with the responsibility of the supervision, safety and security of prisoners in a prison or jail
prison warder
A correction officer, correction official, corrections officer, corrections official, prison officer, detention officer, prison guard or prison warder is a person charged with the responsibility of the supervision, safety and security of prisoners in a prison or jail
Prison Authority
institution that determines the system for jails in a state
Prison Service Commissioner
high official in charge of the prison service
prison bird
{i} convict, prisoner, person convicted of a crime who is serving time in prison
prison camp
camp for political prisoners or prisoners of war
prison camp
A prison camp is a prison where the prisoners are not considered dangerous and are allowed to work outside the prison. a special prison in which prisoners of war are kept
prison camp
A prison camp is a guarded camp where prisoners of war or political prisoners are kept. He was shot down over Denmark and spent three years in a prison camp
prison cell
a room where a prisoner is kept
prison cell
holding cell in jail
prison chaplain
a chaplain in a prison
prison guard
someone who guards prisoners
prison house
jail
prison sentence
jail term, punishment that must be served in a penitentiary
prison term
the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned; "he served a prison term of 15 months"; "his sentence was 5 to 10 years"; "he is doing time in the county jail
prison term
amount of time a person is to be imprisoned
prison visitor
someone who visits prisoners in Britain to help them
prison-breaking
escaping from prison
in prison
imprisoned, in a prison as a convict
prison.
three hots and a cot
prisoner
Any person held against his or her will
prisoner
A person incarcerated in a prison, while on trial or serving a sentence
prisoner
{n} one who is under arrest, a captive
A prison
reformatory
A prison
bughouse
A prison
lobspound
Folsom Prison
Folsom an old prison in California that was very strict and unpleasant, where many violent criminals were sent
Maze Prison
the Maze Prison the Maze a prison in Northern Ireland where many prisoners, both Protestant and Roman Catholic, are kept
Parkhurst prison
a British prison on the Isle of Wight for men who have received long prison sentences for serious crimes
a prison
cooler
be released from prison
get out of prison, be set free from jail
be thrown into prison
be incarcerated, be imprisoned, be detained
commit to prison
send to jail
maximum security prison
extremely well guarded prison
minimum security prison
A minimum security prison is a prison where there are fewer restrictions on prisoners than in a normal prison. a prison that does not restrict prisoners' freedom as much as ordinary prisons British Equivalent: open prison
open prison
restriction of a prisoner's freedom to move about by requiring him to occasionally be present at a certain location
open prison
An open prison is a prison where there are fewer restrictions on prisoners than in a normal prison. a prison that does not restrict the freedom of prisoners as much as ordinary prisons
prisoner
If you say that you are a prisoner of a situation, you mean that your are trapped by it. We are all prisoners of our childhood and feel an obligation to it
prisoner
A person under arrest, or in custody, whether in prison or not; a person held in involuntary restraint; a captive; as, a prisoner at the bar of a court
prisoner
a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
prisoner
That which is produced by printing
prisoner
An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
prisoner
One who is confined in a prison
prisoner
A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
prisoner
A prisoner is a person who is kept in a prison as a punishment for a crime that they have committed. The committee is concerned about the large number of prisoners sharing cells. = inmate
prisoner
A prisoner is a person who has been captured by an enemy, for example in war. wartime hostages and concentration-camp prisoners He was taken prisoner in North Africa in 1942
prisoner
a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
prisoner
{i} convict, inmate, captive, one who is confined in a jail because of proven or alleged criminal activity
prisoner
A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
prisoner
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
prisoner
A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
prisoners
values for c in the Julia Set or Mandelbrot set where at each iteration the resulting value becomes smaller and smaller, approaching zero (cf Prisoners and Escapees -- Julia Sets Discussion)
prisoners
Individuals involuntarily confined in a penal institution, including persons sentenced under a criminal or civil statute, detained pending arraignment, trial, or sentencing; and detained in other facilities under statutes or commitment procedures providing alternative to criminal prosecution or incarceration in a penal institution
prisoners
plural of prisoner
prisoners
Dismas, Barbara
prisons
plural of prison
reduce a prison term
make a prison term shorter, reduce the time in jail
served prison sentence
completed his punishment of being placed in jail
shut a person in prison
imprison someone, lock someone away in jail
state prison
a prison maintained by a state of the U
state prison
a prison maintained by a state of the U S
suspended prison sentence
probation, imprisoning the accused only if he performs a similar act again
years in prison
number of years that someone serves in jail as a punishment for breaking the law
prison
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