Italian translation of 'confiscate'
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And you thought that if we heard about it we just might confiscate it for the sake of national security.T2: INFILTRATOR (2001)
It will lock up the drug barons and confiscate their cash, arms and drugs because it will be in the interest of the US Government to do so.ICED (2001)
`If you don't want to take my word for it, confiscate it.THE ENDLESS GAME (2001)
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'confiscate' in Other Languages
British English: confiscate /ˈkɒnfɪˌskeɪt/ VERB
If you confiscate something from someone, you take it away from them, often as a punishment.
The police confiscated his passport.
- American English: confiscate
- Arabic: يُصَادِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: confiscar
- Chinese: 没收
- Croatian: zaplijeniti
- Czech: zabavit majetek
- Danish: konfiskere
- Dutch: in beslag nemen
- European Spanish: confiscar
- Finnish: takavarikoida
- French: confisquer
- German: beschlagnahmen
- Greek: κατάσχω
- Italian: confiscare
- Japanese: 没収する
- Korean: 압수하다
- Norwegian: konfiskere
- Polish: skonfiskować
- European Portuguese: confiscar
- Romanian: a confisca
- Russian: конфисковать
- Spanish: confiscar
- Swedish: beslagta
- Thai: ยึดทรัพย์
- Turkish: el koymak
- Ukrainian: конфіскувати
- Vietnamese: tịch thu
Translation of confiscate from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary