1Lawlibertad condicional feminineto be on probation — estar en libertad condicional
- to put sb on probation — dejar / poner a algn en libertad condicional
- There would be advance from punishment to probation and from probation to release.
- In a four-star hotel in Swindon he was arrested, remanded and released on probation.
- He was given a community service order and put on probation.
- He was tested for alcohol and failed, then was arrested for breaching his probation order.
- She was put on probation for 18 months and ordered to pay the conductor £100 compensation.
2(trial period)período de prueba masculineshe's on probation — está cumpliendo su período de prueba
- One employee was suspended without pay for two weeks and another was put on three-month probation.
- Those who are successful then go on probation for another six months and are allocated a mentor.
- To my surprise, I found a letter in the mail stating that I was on academic probation.
- I had a bad semester, being away from home in a new town and with nobody around, and ended up on academic probation.
- He did not condemn the new Labour administration, but rather felt that they were on probation.
- I was a first year teacher, on probation, and I didn't get particularly good classes.
- In the past many new teachers had to work for months or even years in supply work to complete their probation.
- We are on probation, which is right and proper, and we have a year to prepare, which is excellent.
- There have been no calls for his head as yet by institutional investors but he is regarded, at least by some, as being on probation.
- Every week the teachers pick the three worst-performing students and put them on probation.
- He is the new Scotland captain but he's still on probation as far as I'm concerned.