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American English: /pəˈroʊl/
British English: /pəˈrəʊl/

Translation of parole in Spanish:


  • 1 (Law) 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) parole board
    comité (masculine) or comisión or junta (feminine) de libertad condicional

transitive verb

  • (prisoner)
    dejar en libertad condicional
    Example sentences
    • In these anxious times, the market for personal-location trackers is looking up - but do we really want to burden our children with the technology that tags paroled prisoners?
    • It is a fundamental fault and flaw to have the people who turn the keys responsible for writing the report that recommends whether an inmate should be paroled or released.
    • The scheme will be mainly targeted at offenders who serve six months or less in jail, but will apply in theory to all prisoners who are paroled.

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