transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 [possessions/assets] incautar, incautarse deMore example sentences1.2 [vehicle] llevar al depósito municipal; [stray dogs] llevar a la perrera municipal
More example sentences
- Tough new regulations giving the Vehicle Inspectorate powers to impound heavy goods vehicles operated without a licence are now in force with the industry's backing.
- The research added: ‘At present, police do not have the legal authority to impound these vehicles.’
- In that case the police impounded a vehicle which was being operated without a proper validation sticker and by a person for whom there was an outstanding warrant for driving without insurance.
- Figures from the latest report by Waterford County Council revealed that of 681 dogs impounded by the Pound last year, just eight were re-claimed and 21 re-homed.
- You become an activist when your dog is impounded, or a freeway is built past your house, or your child gets a disease because of pollution or sour gas.
- One proposal was changing the amount of time dogs were impounded from 72 hours to one week.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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