Definition of 'parole'
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They were sentenced to eight years in prison in 2013, and released on parole after serving less than three. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were sentenced to eight years in prison in 2013, and released on parole after serving less than three. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Because he was told by his lawyer that he would not get parole unless he did. The Sun (2007)He should ensure that anyone who harms them gets a massive prison sentence with no parole. The Sun (2006)The first was just three weeks after he was granted parole from his first prison term. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now more could go free thanks to chaos in the parole system. The Sun (2009)But that parole hearing had been accidentally delayed by six months. The Sun (2011)They will only be released early if parole experts are sure they no longer pose a threat. The Sun (2014)He will be sentenced today and faces the prospect of life in prison without parole. The Sun (2008)The other two were caught using computers in contravention of their strict parole conditions. The Sun (2009)He said that he would live quietly and decently if granted parole. The Sun (2010)The most traumatic experience came with consideration for early release on parole. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)He is banned from going out at night under his parole conditions. The Sun (2011)He is set to be hit by the new sentence just as he looks forward to getting parole. The Sun (2009)One of the conditions for being granted parole is that the prisoner must have faced up to his supposed criminality. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He could get life without parole. The Sun (2010)He will not be released from prison until a parole board considers that he is no longer a threat to the public. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Officials there say they expect Britain to decide whether to free the duo early on parole. The Sun (2014)It's a life sentence without parole. The Sun (2010)He is due for a parole hearing next June. The Sun (2011)Looking on the bright side, he can now wear his tongue as a tie to parole hearings. The Sun (2010)A better option might be to turn the parole system on its head. The Sun (2006)But he could be out as early as July next year if an application for early parole is approved. The Sun (2010)This would carry a life sentence, with parole possible after 25 years. The Sun (2014)Internet service providers face the threat of criminal charges, while decades in jail await the perpetrators, with little chance of early parole. Times, Sunday Times (2011)DEMAND: No prisoner freed on parole unless parole board gives unanimous agreement. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'parole'
British English: parole /pəˈrəʊl/ NOUN
If a prisoner is given parole, he or she is released before the official end of their prison sentence and has to promise to behave well.
He will become eligible for parole after serving ten years.
- American English: parole
- Arabic: إطْلَاقُ سَرَاحٍ مَشْرُوطٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: liberdade condicional
- Chinese: 假释
- Croatian: uvjetni otpust
- Czech: podmíněné propuštění
- Danish: prøveløsladelse
- Dutch: parool
- European Spanish: libertad condicional
- Finnish: ehdonalainen vapaus
- French: liberté conditionnelle
- German: Bewährung
- Greek: αποφυλάκιση υπό όρους
- Italian: libertà condizionale
- Japanese: 仮釈放
- Korean: 가석방
- Norwegian: prøveløslatelse
- Polish: zwolnienie warunkowe
- European Portuguese: liberdade condicional
- Romanian: eliberare condiționată
- Russian: условно-досрочное освобождение
- Spanish: libertad condicional
- Swedish: villkorlig frigivning
- Thai: การพ้นโทษอย่างมีเงื่อนไขหรือทำทัณฑ์บนไว้
- Turkish: şartlı tahliye
- Ukrainian: амністія
- Vietnamese: ân xá
British English: parole VERB
If a prisoner is paroled, he or she is given parole.
He faces at most 12 years in prison and could be paroled after eight years.
- American English: parole
- Brazilian Portuguese: receber condicional sob a premissa de se comportar bem
- Chinese: 获假释
- European Spanish: dejar en libertad condicional
- French: accorder la libération conditionnelle à
- German: auf Bewährung entlassen
- Italian: mettere in libertà condizionale
- Japanese: 仮釈放する
- Korean: 가석방시키다
- European Portuguese: receber iberdade condicional sob a premissa de se comportar bem
- Spanish: dejar en libertad condicional
Definition of parole from the Collins English Dictionary
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