Traducción de lifer en Español:


condenado a cadena perpetua, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlaɪfər//ˈlʌɪfə/



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    condenado a cadena perpetua masculino
    condenada a cadena perpetua femenino
    • The rest of us are just sort of lifer musician-types.
    • He has been called a basketball lifer not because he has spent his whole life in the game, but because the game is such a big part of life.
    • Nearly half the inmates here are lifers with little gain to gain from cooperating with investigators.
    • This list is made up of other designated dangerous offenders, lifers, hostage takers and others who might be likely to harm the staff or attempt escape.
    • He's one of those baseball lifers constantly pitching for his next paycheck.
    • For discretionary lifers this minimum period is known as the ' relevant part ' of the sentence.
    • The fact that a decision to change the category of a lifer has not been made does not prevent the prisoner being moved.
    • You will be treated as a discretionary lifer.
    • When I last had statistics, there were 3,600 lifers in our prisons.
    • One long-term lifer, a woman in fact, told me once that she never met a lifer in her time in prison who didn't approve of capital punishment.
    • The place had a feel of wandering round a high security prison full of psychopathic lifers doing solitary.
    • Life sentence prisoners in England and Wales fall into two categories: mandatory lifers and discretionary lifers.
    • We estimate his proposals will double the number of lifers in our prisons, which will increase the huge overcrowding problem.
    • The press, the political community, the inside-the-Beltway lifers - they prefer a rich display of details, a bit of nuance, and some wit.
    • A fire department captain, a lifer who would do 33 years before retiring to a Florida golf course, he used days off to tee it up.
    • He is a baseball lifer who enjoys the mental challenge of catching.
    • I meet adult prisoners, including lifers, every day in education and we all take the same classes.
    • His career as a Colgate lifer illustrates the company's determination to constantly strengthen its management bench through a combination of global job opportunities and personal development.
    • It reports that the lifer population in U.S. prisons has more than tripled in the past two decades.
    • Category A prisoners or lifers at Horfield Prison in Bristol are only allowed one two-hour visit each fortnight and so far she has been the only person to see him in jail.
    • Most of the lifers think that the military lacks discipline and blame the new ‘Nintendo generation’ soldiers for the weakness.
    • A career soldier in a family of military lifers, Dallaire was appointed to head the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Rwanda in June 1993.
    • Before most lifers die in prison, they grow old, get sick, and must be cared for.
    • I say we use the chain gang system for lifers, and only lifers.
    • Mandatory lifers who have not yet had a tariff fixed will now have to wait until the new legislation is in place to have their tariffs judicially set.
    • To reach the threshold of exceptional progress there would also need to be some extra element to show that the lifer had done good works for the benefit of others.
    • Glenochil numbers 80 lifers among its 500 inmates, but it seems this is less daunting than governing under ‘the white hot glare of the media’.
    • The diversity of designs would make the prison tattoos of a lifer in a Russian jail look as if he didn't have much time on his hands.
    • At that time there was a lifer population of some 5200 prisoners, of whom over 3700 were mandatory lifers, in prisons in England and Wales.