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jail British & World English

A place for the confinement of people accused or convicted of a crime

clap someone in jail in clap1 British & World English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

clap someone in jail British & World English

Put someone in prison (or in chains)

jailbait British & World English

A young woman, or young women collectively, considered in sexual terms but under the age of consent

jailbreak British & World English

An escape from jail

jail English Thesaurus

he was arrested and thrown into jail

jail English-Spanish

cárcel f, prisión f

he went to jail in jail English-Spanish

lo metieron preso

to rot in jail in rot English-Spanish

pudrirse* en la cárcel

to land up in jail in land English-Spanish

ir* a parar a la cárcel

to land up in jail in land up English-Spanish

ir* a parar a la cárcel

he'll wind up in jail in wind English-Spanish

va a terminar, va a ir a parar a la cárcel

he'll wind up in jail in wind up English-Spanish

va a terminar, va a ir a parar a la cárcel

she was released from jail in release English-Spanish

fue puesta en libertad, salió de la cárcel, fue excarcelada

she escaped and I was the patsy who went to jail in patsy English-Spanish

ella se escapó y yo fui el pánfilo que fue a la cárcel


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