Translation of parole in Spanish:
- 1 [Law/Derecho] libertad (feminine) condicional to be (out) on parole estar* en libertad condicional he was released on parole fue dejado en libertad condicional to break one's parole quebrantar las condiciones que impone la libertad condicional (before noun/delante del nombre) parole board comité (masculine) or comisión or junta (feminine) de libertad condicional
- 2 [Linguistics/Lingüística] habla (feminine (with masculine article in the singular))
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