- cárcel (f), prisión (f) she's in jail está presa or en la cárcel he went to jail lo metieron preso (before noun/delante del nombre) jail sentence pena (feminine) de prisiónMore example sentences
- Last year the number of inmates in the nation's prisons and jails reached nearly 1,932,000, a record number.
- David Brown says the Royal Commission helped end the violence against prisoners which existed in some jails.
- In February the United States reached a benchmark of 2 million individuals in its prisons and jails.
Bullfighting is popular in Spain and in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. For some Spaniards it is crucial to Spanish identity. The season runs from March to October in Spain, from November to March in Latin America.
- encarcelar he was jailed for life lo condenaron a cadena perpetua she was jailed for theft la metieron presa por roboMore example sentences
- But they decided that, well for a start she's not likely to do it again, and that no useful purpose would be spent by jailing her.
- As well as jailing him for three years, she also ordered he forfeit £165 he had with him when he was arrested, and that the heroin be destroyed.
- As well as jailing him for eight weeks magistrates imposed another driving ban, which runs out at the same time as his current disqualification.