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prison  Verb
Plural: prisons
  1. Translate "prison" to Spanish: encarcelar
    English Synonyms of "prison": jail, put in prison, commit, commit to prison, confine, jail up, lock up, send to prison, imprison
    Define meaning of "prison": Lock up or confine, in or as in a jail.

prison  Noun
  1. Translate "prison" to Spanish: prisión, cárcel, penal, centro carcelario, encierro, establecimiento penitenciario, institución penal para el encierro permanente del reo hasta cumplimiento del término de condena, penitenciaría, presidio, reclusorio, bote, cana, chirola, chirona, panóptico, talego
    English Synonyms of "prison": correctional institution, jailhouse, prison house, bastile, bastille, clink, jail, lockup, bridewell, can
    Define meaning of "prison": Permanent detention center after trial and conviction of the prisoner. ; A correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment.

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  3. Translate "prison" to Spanish: prisión
    English Synonyms of "prison": confinement, imprisonment, incarceration, limbo
    Define meaning of "prison": A prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement.

  4. [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs


prison  Adjective
  1. Translate "prison" to Spanish: carcelario, carcelero
    English Synonyms of "prison": penitentiary, detention center, penological, gaol
    Define meaning of "prison": Used for punishment or reform of criminals or wrongdoers.

Verb Conjugation for "prison"
Gerund: prisoning

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Conceptually-related expressions of "prison"
Alcatraz prison
be a fugitive from prison
be in prison
be out of prison
be put in prison
be released from prison
be sent to prison
be taken into prison
be taken to prison
be taken to prison for
breach of prison
break from prison
cast into prison
clap in prison
commit to prison
commitment to prison
committal to prison
confine in prison
confined in prison
dark underground prison cell
do prison time
do time in prison
end of a prison term
escape from prison
fall in prison
fall into prison
federal prison
final half of a prison sentence
five-year prison sentence
in prison
last night of a prison sentence
law relating to prisons
life outside prison
life sentence to prison
like prison
lock in prison
locked in prison
locked-up in prison
low term of one year in state prison
maximum security prison
maximum term of three years in state prison
midterm of two years in state prison
military prison
minimum-security Federal prison
model prison
naval prison
one-year prison sentence
open prison
outside the walls of a prison
pardon from a prison
people who are not prison inmates
person in custody from time of arrest until committed to prison
preventive prison
put in prison
put into prison
recluse in prison
release from prison
releasing from prison
send back to prison
send off to prison
send to prison
sent to prison
sentence someone to a very long prison term
serve a life term in prison
serve a prison sentence
serve a prison term
serve prison time
serve time in prison
similar to prison
six-month prison sentence
slave's prison
smuggle a letter into a prison
smuggle a letter out of a prison
state prison
study of the management of prisons
take to prison
ten-year prison sentence
time actually spent in prison
time taken off a prison sentence
treats from the prison commissary
trusty in prison
two-year prison sentence
warden of a Spanish or Moorish prison
warrant of committal to prison
women's prison
year in prison
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