Definition of 'inmate'
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He had arrived in Kemp's cubicle at precisely ten to two and found the inmate fully dressed, reading the morning paper. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2001)On paper, the officer to inmate ratio in the Scar was quite good. THE SCAR (2001)
Meanwhile every inmate in the joint came up with some family recipe or secret ingredient that could be the next big thing. INSIDERS (2001)
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Translations for 'inmate'
British English: inmate /ˈɪnˌmeɪt/ NOUN
The inmates of a prison or a psychiatric hospital are the prisoners or patients who are living there.
...education for prison inmates.
- American English: inmate
- Arabic: مُقِيمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: preso
- Chinese: 囚犯
- Croatian: zatvorenik
- Czech: vězeň
- Danish: indsat / indlagt
- Dutch: bewoner
- European Spanish: interno
- Finnish: vanki
- French: détenu
- German: Insasse
- Greek: τρόφιμος
- Italian: detenuto
- Japanese: 被収容者
- Korean: 피수용자
- Norwegian: innsatt
- Polish: współmieszkaniec
- European Portuguese: recluso
- Romanian: prizonier
- Russian: заключенный
- Spanish: interno residente
- Swedish: intern
- Thai: ผู้ถูกกักขังในคุก
- Turkish: hükümlü
- Ukrainian: в'язень
- Vietnamese: bạn tù
Definition of inmate from the Collins English Dictionary
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