Traducción de jail en Español:


cárcel, n.

Pronunciación /dʒeɪl//dʒeɪl/


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    cárcel femenino
    prisión femenino
    she's in jail está presa / en la cárcel
    • he went to jail lo metieron preso
    • before noun jail sentence pena de prisión
    • Bulgaria's overcrowded jails are more likely to serve as universities of crime than places of rehabilitation.
    • It shows that prisoner discipline is the worst in any Scottish jail and that violence among inmates is rife.
    • In February the United States reached a benchmark of 2 million individuals in its prisons and jails.
    • David Brown says the Royal Commission helped end the violence against prisoners which existed in some jails.
    • He was imprisoned in Gloucester gaol, despite the Lord Lieutenant's concerns that it was ‘not fit for a man of his quality.’
    • Kerik reduced crime in the city's jails by 95 per cent and ensured crime rates continued to decline.
    • Others will call for gun control, for prosecuting minors as adults, for building new juvenile detention facilities and jails.
    • MSPs and prison officers say Fairweather's findings show that Scotland's jails are tinderboxes.
    • He put dissidents, or those suspected of a scintilla of disloyalty, into stinking jails which were often death centres.
    • Ten thousand people work in the jails of Kuzbass, jails packed with over thirty thousand inmates.
    • Venter denied that a concept such as solitary confinement existed in South African jails.
    • The people who ran the men's home would bargain with judges to get convicts who were drug addicts out of the jails and into the home.
    • Last year the number of inmates in the nation's prisons and jails reached nearly 1,932,000, a record number.
    • At the association's annual conference Mike Newell, right, called for reform to reduce the number of inmates entering jails.
    • One of the comments most commonly made in this context was that Scotland was a more law-abiding country than England, as evidenced by the prison reformer John Howard having found fewer criminals in its gaols.
    • He had been at this particular gaol for several months, and had watched her grow in all the lawless skills there were.
    • It has also raised the ire of prison officers who said drugs were not acceptable outside jails and should not be tolerated inside either.
    • It runs 56 correctional institutions and detention centres, including four Australian gaols.
    • At my hearing, I was sentenced to twelve months imprisonment in a maximum security jail.
    • Other suggestions include all-women police stations, separate jails and lock-ups for women.

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    he was jailed for life lo condenaron a cadena perpetua
    • she was jailed for theft la metieron presa por robo
    • But they decided that, well for a start she's not likely to do it again, and that no useful purpose would be spent by jailing her.
    • As well as jailing him for two years he ordered Adams' licence should be extended by three years when he is released.
    • There was one young lifer she remembers in particular who was jailed for murder.
    • In 1980 he was jailed for three years for financing a plot to counterfeit gold coins.
    • At the age of 17, he was jailed for a year for affray after being involved in a riot.
    • Fining Allwn a paltry £2,000 instead of gaoling him, Judge Bertrand Richards observed: ‘The victim was guilty of a great deal of contributory negligence.’
    • What do people think about a Government that lets mafia criminals wander around free while jailing poor people for theft?
    • He was jailed for life for wounding with intent to resist arrest but was cleared of attempted murder.
    • He said he was jailed in January for shoplifting offences and stayed off drugs when he was released.
    • New evidence proved the man he was jailed for kicking to death had never received a kick.
    • Rob Ross, defending, said his client accepted he faced another custodial sentence, but urged the court to consider not jailing him.
    • Judge Robert Moore asked Walker to sit down in the dock as he outlined his reasons for jailing him for five years.
    • She said that she also feared her son would be taken into care if she were jailed for the offences.
    • He was jailed three times for repeatedly flouting a court order banning him from the estate.
    • As well as jailing him for eight weeks magistrates imposed another driving ban, which runs out at the same time as his current disqualification.
    • Anti-drink drive campaigners today blasted magistrates for not jailing a mum who drove off with her young son after knocking back a bottle of wine.
    • What is the point of jailing a dangerous man for life twice over and then allowing possible parole after only 5 ½ years?
    • Since Labour took office in 1997 an additional 6,000 have been gaoled, making the numbers imprisoned per head of population the highest in Europe after Portugal.
    • As well as jailing him for three years, she also ordered he forfeit £165 he had with him when he was arrested, and that the heroin be destroyed.
    • In another case a man from Auxerre was jailed for keeping women captive in the basement of his home.