English translation of 'arrestation'
Example Sentences Including 'arrestation'
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Et le lendemain, des policiers en civil sont venus chez moi pour m'annoncer que j'étais en état d'arrestation.Actuel
Nouvelle arrestation : deux mois ferme plus trois mois d'interdiction de séjour.Le ras-le-bol des administrés
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'arrestation' in Other Languages
British English: arrest /əˈrɛst/ NOUN
An arrest is the act of taking a person into custody, especially under lawful authority.
There is a reward for information leading to his arrest.
- American English: arrest
- Arabic: اِعْتِقال
- Brazilian Portuguese: captura
- Chinese: 逮捕
- Croatian: uhićenje
- Czech: zatčení
- Danish: arrestation
- Dutch: arrestatie
- European Spanish: arresto detención
- Finnish: pidätys
- French: arrestation
- German: Verhaftung
- Greek: σύλληψη
- Italian: arresto
- Japanese: 逮捕
- Korean: 체포
- Norwegian: arrestasjon
- Polish: aresztowanie
- European Portuguese: prisão
- Romanian: arestare
- Russian: задержание
- Spanish: arresto
- Swedish: gripande
- Thai: การจับกุม
- Turkish: tutuklama
- Ukrainian: арешт
- Vietnamese: sự bắt giữ
Translation of arrestation from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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