Traducción de prisoner en español:

prisoner

prisionero, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈprɪz(ə)nə//ˈprɪz(ə)nər/

nombre

  • 1

    (captive)
    prisionero masculino
    prisionera femenino
    he is a prisoner in his own house no se puede mover de casa
    • he is a prisoner of his own ideology es prisionero de sus ideas
    • he was held prisoner (by enemy forces) lo tuvieron prisionero
    • to take sb prisoner tomar prisionero a algn
    • to take prisoners hacer prisioneros
    • to take no prisoners ejecutar a todos los cautivos
    • Everybody knew about Hitler's order that no commandos should be taken prisoner.
    • Being taken prisoner, they should resist it and do nothing that would harm their own country.
    • The men were taken prisoner and taken to a Dutch army barracks in Batavia, the capital city of Java.
    • Many of those held at the huge Shibarghan jail were taken prisoner after the fall of Kunduz.
    • Parmentier, a French army officer during the Seven Years War, was taken prisoner and kept in detention in Hamburg.
    • In the Second World War he served in the tank corps, was taken prisoner by the Germans, escaped, and worked for the Resistance.
    • He had allowed his dear friend, his sister in Christ, to be taken prisoner by their enemies.
    • He was taken prisoner by the Khmer Rouge while working in Cambodia when on the payroll of HALO.
    • Taken prisoner in the second battle of St Albans, he was freed after Edward IV's victory at Towton.
    • A few days later Churchill was himself taken prisoner when the armoured train that he was travelling on was ambushed at Chieveley.
    • From time to time there would be executions of guerillas taken prisoner by government forces.
    • Taken prisoner, he was jailed and as a POW served time in Wakefield and Frongoch prisons.
    • Never in the history of past wars has any combatant done that to enemy prisoners.
    • He was captured by the Chinese Communist Forces and, separated from the other Royal Marines, was taken prisoner.
    • In 1359 he was in France with Edward III's invading army, was taken prisoner, and ransomed.
    • It was only in the spring of 1942 that the SS began to send more prisoners into armaments work.
    • These boys were taken prisoner and survived the war, but thousands more were less fortunate.
    • Later in the war he was taken prisoner by the Germans while working on a reconnaissance mission in the Greek islands.
    • The International Red Cross reported that a Macedonian soldier held prisoner was being treated properly.
    • After conquering Troy, you will need to rescue some villagers that have been taken prisoner by an unknown enemy.
    • In his view, the conduct of the prisoners in these Russian trials is in full accord with the Russian character.
    • Prisoners can also be victims of crime, committed by other prisoners, guards, or the state.
    • In August 2001, he began a relationship with a woman who was a serving prisoner.
    • At trial, the prisoners had the right to challenge the lawfulness of their detention.
    • Whether a prisoner awaiting execution has the right to have a baby, is a point of dispute in the legal field.
    • If that proves to be the case the magistrate commits the prisoner or prisoners as happened in the present case.
    • And one in six prisoners are on remand-people awaiting trial who have been convicted of no crime.
    • Certainly, the cost to society of convicted prisoners who commit further crimes as soon as they are released is a high one.
    • The American Bar Association has been fiercely critical of the way that prisoners have been treated legally.
    • As of January this year, death row contained 3,697 prisoners awaiting execution.
    • The order is taken to be a warrant committing the prisoner into custody for the Corrective Services Act.
    • The guards were impressed with the quiet prisoner who accepted his punishment without insubordination.
    • There was no need for another trial as the prisoners had already been tried and sentenced in an open court.
    • Nearly four thousand prisoners currently await their fate on death row.
    • The conflict was concluded by the treaty of Westphalia in 1648, by which time Charles was a prisoner awaiting trial.
    • The cells are used to hold prisoners awaiting trial, or following conviction, pending transfer to a main prison.
    • At the time of the offences the appellant was either in custody on remand or as a serving prisoner.
    • A habeas corpus writ requires the release of a prisoner held without trial or lawful charge.
    • Her fear is that of a prisoner, awaiting execution, in the merciless sunlight of an American dream.
    • A third of all inmates are remand prisoners who are awaiting trial or sentencing.
  • 2

    (in jail)
    preso masculino
    presa femenino
    recluso masculino
    reclusa femenino
    a prisoner of conscience un preso de conciencia
  • 3

    (person arrested)
    detenido masculino
    detenida femenino
  • 4

    (accused)
    (masculine and feminine) reo
    acusado masculino
    acusada femenino