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(动词) 
Definition
to take (a person) into custody
Seven people were arrested for minor offences.
同义词
capture
The police gave chase and captured him as he was trying to escape.
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catch
Police say they are confident of catching the killer.
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lift (slang)
a cartoonish device lifted from a Laurel and Hardy sequence
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nick (slang, mainly British)
The police nicked me for carrying an offensive weapon.
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seize
seize the means of production
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run in (slang)
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nail (informal)
The police have been trying to nail him for years.
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bust (informal)
They were busted for possession of cannabis.
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collar (informal)
As Kerr fled towards the exit, Boycott collared him.
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take
They took the enemy base.
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detain
He was arrested and detained for questioning.
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pinch (informal)
He was pinched for doing 31 mph.
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nab (informal)
He stayed on the run for weeks before the authorities nabbed him.
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apprehend
Police have not apprehended the perpetrator.
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take prisoner
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take into custody
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lay hold of
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feel your collar (slang)
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cop (slang)
反义词
, ,
let go
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set free
(动词) 
Definition
to slow or stop the development of
The new rules could arrest the development of good research.
同义词
stop
I think she really would have liked to stop everything right there.
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hold
He was held in an arm lock.
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limit
He limited payments on the country's foreign debt.
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check
Today's meeting must focus on checking the spread of violence.
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block
All attempts to complain to his superiors were blocked.
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slow
Damage to the turbine slowed the work down.
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delay
The passengers were delayed by bad weather.
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halt
Striking workers halted production at the auto plant yesterday.
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stall
an attempt to stall the negotiations
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interrupt
We interrupted our holiday to return to London.
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suppress
Maritime security patrols protect busy trade routes and suppress illegal activity.
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restrain
He grabbed my arm, partly to restrain me.
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hamper
I was hampered by a lack of information.
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inhibit
buildings which inhibit the supply of light and air
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hinder
Landslides are continuing to hinder the arrival of relief supplies.
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obstruct
Drivers who park illegally obstruct the flow of traffic.
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retard
Continuing violence will retard negotiations.
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impede
Fallen rocks are impeding the progress of rescue workers.
反义词
(动词) 
Definition
to catch and hold (one's attention)
As he reached the hall, he saw what had arrested her.
同义词
fascinate
She fascinated us, on and off stage.
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hold
Didn't it hold your attention?
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catch
This award has caught the imagination of the public.
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occupy
I had other matters to occupy me that day.
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engage
She tried to engage me in conversation.
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grip
The whole nation was gripped by the dramatic story.
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absorb
a second career which absorbed her more completely than acting ever had
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entrance
She entranced the audience with her classical Indian singing.
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intrigue
The novelty of the situation intrigued him.
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rivet
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enthral
Children and adults alike are enthralled by his stories.
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mesmerize
There was something about her which mesmerized him.
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engross
There's something about them which engrosses the public.
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spellbind
(名词) 
Definition
the act of taking a person into custody
information leading to the arrest of the bombers
同义词
capture
The shooting happened while the man was trying to evade capture.
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bust (informal)
He was imprisoned after a drug bust.
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detention
the detention of the suspects ahead of the trial
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seizure
a mass seizure of hostages
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apprehension
information leading to the apprehension of the alleged killer
反义词
freeing
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(名词) 
Definition
the slowing or stopping of something
a cardiac arrest
同义词
stoppage
a seven-hour stoppage by air-traffic controllers
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halt
Air traffic has been brought to a halt.
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obstruction
The boy was suffering from an obstruction in his ear.
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inhibition
A country's size is no inhibition to producing a top team.
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blockage
The logical treatment is to remove the blockage.
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hindrance
Higher rates have been a hindrance to economic recovery.
反义词
, , ,
quickening
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precipitation

其他同义词

in the sense of absorb
Definition
to engage the interest of someone
a second career which absorbed her more completely than acting ever had
in the sense of apprehend
Definition
to arrest and take into custody
Police have not apprehended the perpetrator.
同义词
lift (slang),
nick (slang, British),
run in (slang),
nail (informal),
bust (informal),
collar (informal),
pinch (informal),
nab (informal),
take prisoner,
feel your collar (slang)
in the sense of apprehension
Definition
the act of arresting
information leading to the apprehension of the alleged killer

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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