detention

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} gecikme
{i} gözaltına alma
{i} alıkoyma
{i} tutuklama
alıkonma
(Kanun) gözaltı

O, ev ödevini getirmeyi unuttu, gözaltı cezası aldı. - He forgot to bring his homework, so he got detention.

Tom'a ders sırasında konuştuğu için gözaltı cezası verildi. - Tom was given detention for talking during class.

mani olma
engelleme
tutma
{i} evci çıkarmama cezası
(Askeri) Alıkoyma, tutukluluk
hapis
tevkif
(Askeri) HAPİS, TUTUKLULUK, ALIKOYMA, TEVKİF: Bak. "confinement"
detention camp tevkif kampı
{i} engellenme
(Hukuk) göz altına alma
detention center
ıslahevi
detention camp
(Kanun) tevkifhane
detention centre
ıslahevi
detention house
(Kanun) tutuk evi
detention of person
tutuklama
detention of persons
tutuklama
detention room
(Askeri) nezaret
detention ward
(Askeri) hasta mahkum koğuşu
detention cell
hapis hücresi
detention home
çocuk ıslahevi
detention center
İslahevi
detention home
ıslahevi
detention on remand
tutmak hakkında gözaltı
detention time
gözaltı süresi
detention barracks
askeri hapishane
detention camp
(Askeri) TECRİT KAMPI, TECRİT YERİ: Yeni gelen acemi erlerin, iltihaklarından önce herhangi bir bulaşıcı hastalığa yakalanmadıklarını kontrol için belirli bir süre bekletildikleri yer
detention colony
sürgün yeri
detention dam
(Tarım) taşkın bendi
detention of pay
(Askeri) MAAŞ TEVKİFİ: Erat sınıfından bir kimseye ait maaştan bir kısmının, bir mahkeme kararıyla, alıkonması. Para, er adına emanete alınır ve hizmetten ayrıldığı zaman kendisine ödenir
detention of pay
(Askeri) maaş tevkifi
detention places
(Politika, Siyaset) gözaltı merkezleri
detention reservoir
(Çevre) tutma rezervuarı
detention room
(Askeri) Nezarethane
detention room
(Askeri) NEZARET, NEZARETHANE: Askeri inzibat kuvvetleri tarafından yakalanan şahısların, geçici olarak kapatıldıkları oda
detention screen
alıkoyma eleği
detention ward
(Askeri) HASTA MAHKUM KOĞUŞU: Bir askeri hastanede, hasta mahkumlar için ayrılmış bulunan koğuş
detention window
(İnşaat) metal yatay panjurlu pencere
detent
(Askeri,Teknik) kilit
detent
mandal
detent
(Avcılık) susta
lift detention
(Kanun) tutukluluğu kaldırmak
preventive detention
(Kanun) tazyik hapsi
detent
tetik
house of detention
tutukevi
youth detention center
İslahevi
youth detention center
(Çocuk) ıslah evi/ıslahhane
detent
düğme
detent
{i} kontrol mekanizması
detent
çalar saatin tetiği
detent
dayanak
detent
kol
oversea detention center
(Askeri) DENİZAŞIRI CEZAEVİ: Bak. "rehabilitation center"
overseas detention centre
(Askeri) denizaşırı cezaevi
provisional detention
(Kanun) muvakkat yakalama
standard detention unit
(Askeri) HAPİSHANE TECRİT KISMI: ABD ordu hapishane tesislerinde, disiplin ve koruma tedbiri olarak mahpusların tecridi için yapılan 4 hücreden mürekkep standart bölme
İngilizce - İngilizce
A temporary state of custody or confinement, especially of a prisoner awaiting trial, or of a student being punished
The act of detaining or the state of being detained
{n} the act of detaining, a restraint
The act of detaining or keeping back; a withholding
removing a child temporarily from parent(s) through Child Protective Services (CPS)
Temporary care of a juvenile offender or a juvenile alleged to be delinquent who requires secure custody in a physically restricting facility pending disposition of the case
Detention is a punishment for naughty schoolchildren, who are made to stay at school after the other children have gone home. The teacher kept the boys in detention after school
Charge made on trailers or containers held by or for a consignor or consignee for loading or unloading, forwarding directions, or any other purpose
The temporary custody of juveniles who are accused of a delinquent offense and require a restricted or secure environment for their own or the community's protection while awaiting a final court disposition States may also use detention facilities as a sanction for probation violations or as a disposition option
Charges for the utilization of containers that exceed the the specified time limit afforded to a carrier or shipper
The penalty for exceeding free time allowed for loading/unloading under the terms of the agreement with the carrier Detention is the term used in the motor industry; demurrage is used in the rail and ocean industry
When a person is temporarily locked up until the court makes a final decision
a state of being confined (usually for a short time); "his detention was politically motivated"; "the prisoner is on hold"; "he is in the custody of police
Charges raised for detaining container/trailer at customer's premises for longer period than provided in Tariff
{i} delay, detainment; confinement
Keeping a consignment in official custody or confinement for phytosanitary reasons
a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home; "the detention of tardy pupils"
Keeping equipment beyond the time allowed See Demurrage
Detention is when someone is arrested or put into prison, especially for political reasons. the detention without trial of government critics
A student may be assigned to a detention study hall for not more than one hour before, during or after school A student shall be given notice of such detention at least one day in advance of the detention so that transportation can be arranged by the parent/guardian
The confinement of a person in a correctional facility during the pendency of a criminal action See also pre-trial detention
A charge made on vans/containers held by or for a consignor/consignee for loading or unloading, forwarding directions, or any other purpose Detention is comparable to demurrage on rail equipment
The storage and slow release of stormwater following precipitation by means of a depression or tank Detention is used for pollutant removal, water storage, and peak flow reduction
The temporary storage of storm runoff to control peak discharge rates and provide gravity settling of pollutants
The storage of water in depressions in the earth's surface
The slowing, dampening, or attenuating of flows either entering the sewer system or within the sewer system by temporarily holding the water on a surface area, in a storage basin, or within the sewer itself
Costs incurred when a shipper/consignee or his agent removes a container from carrier's origin/destination CY to the shipper/consignee's place of business, and does not return the loaded/empty container to the CY or to another location designated by the carrier within the permitted free time as stipulated in the applicable tariff See Also: Demurrage
Confinement; restraint; custody
A penalty charge assessed by the carrier for the detention of containers by shippers or recievers of freight beyond a specific free time This is also commodity referred to as per diem
The state of being detained (stopped or hindered); delay from necessity
In general, any time merchandise is stopped in transit short of final destination Also used to describe merchandise prohibited entry into the United States by the Food and Drug Administration or other government agency
a detention occurs where a representative of the state (eg police officer) exercises control over bodily movements by a demand or direction that may have significant legal consequences Physical restraint is not required, since psychological compulsion or coercion can amount to a detention A detention is less than an arrest, but in practice the distinction is not very relevant
practices which store stormwater for some period of time before releasing it to a surface waterbody See also retention
the state of being held, or "detained," usually, thought not always, in prison
The storage and subsequent release of excess stormwater runoff from a site
a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home; "the detention of tardy pupils" a state of being confined (usually for a short time); "his detention was politically motivated"; "the prisoner is on hold"; "he is in the custody of police
Temporary custody of a person while the court forms a final decision or opinion
detain
detainment
detention basin
A depression in the ground designed to fill with rainwater that would otherwise cause flooding
detention home
An institution in which juvenile offenders are temporarily housed
detention homes
plural form of detention home
detention centre
de·ten·tion cen·tre detention centres in AM, use detention center A detention centre is a sort of prison, for example a place where people who have entered a country illegally are kept while a decision is made about what to do with them. detention center a prison, often for a particular type of person
detention center
A youth detention center, also known as juvenile hall, is a prison for people from the age of responsibility, which varies by jurisdiction, to the age of majority, which also varies by jurisdiction. An offender residing in a center is colloquially referred to as a juvie, and the center is often referred to colloquially by the same name by the general public
detention 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
detention camp
compound where prisoners are confined
detention cell
small room for the confinement of prisoners or detainees
detention home
A place where juvenile offenders are held in custody, especially for a temporary period while awaiting court action on their cases
detention home
an institution where juvenile offenders can be held temporarily (usually under the supervision of a juvenile court)
detention house
house of detention for criminals, institution where criminal offenders are held in custody (especially juvenile delinquents)
detention on remand
prolongation of custody or detention
detention without arrest
keeping a person in custody without officially placing him under arrest
detent
The action of creating a detent mechanism to lock or unlock movement
youth detention center
A youth detention center, also known as juvenile hall, is a prison for people from the age of responsibility, which varies by jurisdiction, to the age of majority, which also varies by jurisdiction. An offender residing in a center is colloquially referred to as a juvie, and the center is often referred to colloquially by the same name by the general public
administrative detention
holding of a person in jail without a trial
breaking out of a detention house
escaping out of prison, getting out of a holding facility
detent
A preset internal positioning feature that provides for a incremental holding or locating function
detent
{i} device that holds one object in a certain position relative to another object
detent
a hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward
detent
A catch or holding device
detent
A click stop, a place where a mechanism is designed to fall into one or another specific settings This usually consists of a track with valleys in it, along which a spring-loaded part slides When the spring-loaded part is released, it tends to fall into one of the valleys This is commonly used in bicycles in indexed shifting systems
detent
A notch that you can feel as you move a fader up or down; signifies the point at which no level boost or cut is applied by the fader
detent
That which locks or unlocks a movement; a catch, pawl, or dog; especially, in clockwork, the catch which locks and unlocks the wheelwork in striking
detent
> A catch in a clock mechanism, which, if removed, allows the machinery to move
detent
a stop or other device (such as a pin or lever) on a ratchet wheel Switch action is typified by a gradual increase in force to a position at which there is an immediate and marked reduction in force
die in detention
die while being held in custody
house of detention
institution in which juvenile offenders are confined
preventive detention
The pretrial imprisonment without the right to bail of a person accused of a felony and judged dangerous to society. a system in which people who are guilty of many crimes are kept in prison for a long time
detention