to arrest

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İngilizce - Türkçe

Onları tutuklamak zorunda kaldım. - I had to arrest them.

Tom polislerin onu tutuklamak isteyebileceğinden korkuyordu. - Tom was afraid that the police might want to arrest him.

{i} tutuklama

Kavga, birçok tutuklamalarla sonuçlandı. - The fight resulted in several arrests.

Onları tutuklamak zorunda kaldım. - I had to arrest them.


Yaklaşık 300 kişi gözaltına alındı. - About 300 people were arrested.

Gerçek gözaltını kim yaptı? - Who made the actual arrest?

{f} el koymak
{f} bloke etmek
{f} durdurmak. arrest s.o.'s attention birinin dikkatini çekmek
{i} durdurma
(Tıp) arest
sona erdir

Sami'nin tutuklanması onun terör dönemini sona erdirdi. - Sami's arrest ended his reign of terror.

Fadıl'ın tutuklanması onun terör dönemini sona erdirdi. - Fadil's arrest brought an end to his reign of terror.

(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) durma

Ölüm sebebi ani kalp durmasıydı. - The cause of death was cardiac arrest.

(Kanun) tutukluluk
run in
rodaj yapmak
run in
(motoru) alıştırmak
önünü almak
gelen kimse
varan kimse
dikkatini çekmek
{f} çekmek (dikkat)
run in
run in
run in
{i} tevkif

Onu tevkif etmiyorum. - I'm not arresting her.

Onlar onu tevkif etti. - They've arrested her.

i. tutuklama, tevkif. f. 1. tutuklamak, tevkif etmek. 2. durdurmak
Yaka paça çıkarmak, çekip çıkarmak
celbetmek under arrest tutuklu
{f} tutuklamak, tevkif etmek
{i} önleme
dip dalga (isyan vb)
güçlü ve şiddetli dalga
run in
içeriye koşmak
run in
motoru alıştırmak
run in
(Fiili Deyim ) koşarak içeri girmek , şöyle bir uğramak
run in
göğüs göğüse savaşmak
run in
(deyim) run someone in tutuklamak,karakola götürmek. run (yeni makina araç vb.) ilk başta dikkatli kullanmak,alıştırmak
run in
run in
içeri akmak
run in
yakalayıp hapse atmak
run in
run in
İngilizce - İngilizce
run in

The guys who robbed the bank last week have finally been run in.

The condition of being stopped, standstill
To take into legal custody
A check, stop, an act or instance of arresting something
A device to physically arrest motion
To seize

I’m using mathesis — a universal science of measurement and order …And there is also taxinomia a principle of classification and ordered tabulation.Knowledge replaced universal resemblance with finite differences. History was arrested and turned into tables …Western reason had entered the age of judgement.

A confinement, detention, as after an arrest
The act of arresting a criminal, suspect etc
pull in
{v} to seize by warrant, stop, hinder
{n} a seizure by warrant, stop, hindrance, stay of judgement after verdict
1 apprehend 2 seize property of a debtor which is being held by a third party
The procedure where a person is taken into police custody to be charged with a criminal offence or to be brought before a court, and must remain in police custody until they receive bail or until a court deals with their charges •Children & Criminal Law
to stop
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"
attract and fix; "His look caught her"; "She caught his eye"; "Catch the attention of the waiter"
take into custody; "the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
the process of taking a person accused of a crime into custody (jail) by a law enforcement officer
To seize on and fix; to hold; to catch; as, to arrest the eyes or attention
The legal apprehension of a person charged with a crime
Also, a decree, mandate, or warrant
The legal capture of a person that is charged with a crime
stoppage; hindrance; restraint; as, an arrest of development
To tarry; to rest
an act or instance of an arrest
an arrest is a formal process in which specific words must be said by the officer (or citizen), and physical contact is made with the body You will usually know when you are being arrested If you are not sure, ask if you are free to go If the officer says no, then assume you are under arrest
sudden stop
cause to stop; "Halt the engines"; "Arrest the progress"; "halt the presses"
To apprehend a criminal
If the police arrest you, they take charge of you and take you to a police station, because they believe you may have committed a crime. Police arrested five young men in connection with one of the attacks The police say seven people were arrested for minor offences. Arrest is also a noun. Police chased the fleeing terrorists and later made two arrests Murder squad detectives approached the man and placed him under arrest
The act of stopping, or restraining from further motion, etc
v to seize a person for legal action; to take as a prisoner
Detention of anyone by another; only legal if a serious offence has been committed or attempted (e g for criminal damage or obstruction, but not for trespass or riding on a bridleway)
To take into custody by legal authority
When the police take a person into custody on probable cause with or without a warrant
To take, seize, or apprehend by authority of law; as, to arrest one for debt, or for a crime
The taking or apprehending of a person by authority of law; legal restraint; custody
Taking physical custody of a person by lawful authority, for the purpose of holding him to answer a criminal charge
To deprive a person of liberty, through legal authority, by holding the individual in custody
- To deprive a person of his liberty by legal authority, in the technical criminal law sense, seizure of an alleged or suspected offender to answer for a crime
To stop; to check or hinder the motion or action of; as, to arrest the current of a river; to arrest the senses
to seize and take into legal custody
When a police officer suspects that someone has committed a crime, they may arrest the suspect and file a police report The Kansas Statutes (laws) do not use the terms "arrested, crime or convicted" in dealing with juveniles Instead, you will see the terms "custody, offense and charged"
Any seizure by power, physical or moral
To deprive a person of his liberty by legal authority
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"
A scurfiness of the back part of the hind leg of a horse; also named rat-tails
The act of being taken into custody by the police Back to Top - B - bail: security, usually in the form of money or property, exchanged for the release of a jailed person to insure his or her appearance in court
A condition in which a player's Deputy jumps an enemy game piece and dispatches it to any hall of any friendly active Castle Also, if an enemy game piece is stationed at any hall of an active Castle, it is considered an arrestee Arrested game pieces have suppressed fields; thus, they cannot move/capture, but they may be captured (excluding Civilians) [Denoted by jump notation with the arrestee's abbreviation and parenthesized detention hall location in recorder notation ] {Refer to CASTLE EFFECT }
the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"
To rest or fasten; to fix; to concentrate
If something interesting or surprising arrests your attention, you suddenly notice it and then continue to look at it or consider it carefully. The work of an architect of genius always arrests the attention no matter how little remains see also house arrest. when the police take someone away and guard them because they may have done something illegal. Restraint and seizure of a person by someone (e.g., a police officer) acting under legal authority. An officer may arrest a person who is committing or attempting to commit a crime in the officer's presence. Arrest is also permitted if the officer reasonably believes that a crime has been committed and that the person arrested is the guilty party. A court or judicial officer may issue an arrest warrant on a showing of probable cause. Most states restrict or prohibit arrest in civil (noncriminal) cases; an example of occasionally permitted civil arrest is the taking into custody of a debtor who might otherwise abscond. In the U.S., suspects must be warned of their rights when they are arrested (see Miranda v. Arizona). An unlawful arrest is regarded as false imprisonment and usually invalidates any evidence collected in connection with it. See also rights of the accused; grand jury; indictment
To stop; to seize; to deprive one of his liberty by virtue of legal authority
If something or someone arrests a process, they stop it continuing. The sufferer may have to make major changes in his or her life to arrest the disease
{i} detention; imprisonment
To deprive a person of his/her liberty by legal authority detaining him/her to answer a criminal charge
{f} detain; delay, slow down, stop; imprison
to stop a fall or a slide once it has started a climber's fall can be arrested by the belayer and the climbing rope self arrest: to stop your own fall or slide - an ice axe can be used to self arrest a slide on a snow slope
To take into custody by legal authority Assault: Threat to inflict injury with an apparent ability to do so Also, any intentional display of force that would give the victim reason to fear or expect immediate bodily harm
Action when a person is deprived of his or her freedom
to arrest