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apprehension
/ æprəhenʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči apprehension je apprehensions.

Sinonimi:
apprehensiveness · dread · misgiving · arrest · catch · collar · pinch · taking into custody

Sinonimi:
apprehensiveness · arrest · catch · collar · discernment · dread · misgiving · pinch · savvy · taking into custody · understanding

ETYM Latin apprehensio: cf. French appréhension. Related to Apprehend.
1. Fearful expectation or anticipation; SYN. apprehensiveness, dread.
2. Painful expectation; SYN. misgiving.
3. The act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); SYN. arrest, catch, collar, pinch, taking into custody.

arrest
/ ərest /

imenica

Množina reči arrest je arrests.

Sinonimi:
check · stay · check · halt · hitch · stay · stop · stoppage

Sinonimi:
apprehension · catch · check · collar · halt · hitch · pinch · stay · stop · stoppage · taking into custody

ETYM Old Eng. arest, arrest, Old Fren. arest, French arręt, from arester. Related to Arrest.
Deprivation of personal liberty by legal authority to stop commission of a crime or to charge someone with violation of a criminal or civil law.
Federal laws, state laws, and local ordinances define circumstances under which individuals may be detained by law officers acting independently, court-issued warrants, or other individuals (citizen's arrest).
1. The act of stopping (usually stopping motion); SYN. check, stay.
2. The state of inactivity following an interruption; SYN. check, halt, hitch, stay, stop, stoppage.

attachment
/ ətætʃmənt /

imenica

Množina reči attachment je attachments.

Sinonimi:
bond · fond regard · adherence

Sinonimi:
adherence · adhesion · affixation · bond · fastening · fond regard

ETYM French attachment.
1. A connection that fastens things together; SYN. bond.
2. A feeling of affection for a person or an institution; SYN. fond regard.
3. A supplementary part or accessory.
4. Faithful support for a religion or cause or political party; SYN. adherence.
5. The act of attaching something.
Law, taking of person or property by order of court.

caption
/ kæpʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči caption je captions.

Sinonimi:
legend

Sinonimi:
legend · subtitle

ETYM Latin captio, from caper to take. Perhaps confounded in meaning with Latin caput a head. Related to Capacious.
Brief description accompanying an illustration; SYN. legend.

capture
/ kæptʃər /

imenica

Množina reči capture je captures.

Sinonimi:
seizure · gaining control · seizure

ETYM Latin capture, from caper to take: cf. French capture. Related to Caitiff, aptive.
1. The act of taking of a person by force; SYN. seizure.
2. The act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property; SYN. gaining control, seizure.
3. The act of taking a person prisoner.
4. A process whereby a star or planet holds an object in its gravitational field.
5. Any process in which an atomic or nuclear system acquires an additional particle.

commitment
/ kəmɪtmənt /

imenica

Množina reči commitment je commitments.

Sinonimi:
allegiance · loyalty · dedication · dedication · committal · consignment

Sinonimi:
allegiance · committal · committedness · consignment · dedication · loyalty

1. The act of binding oneself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action; SYN. allegiance, loyalty, dedication.
2. An engagement by contract involving financial obligation.
3. A message that makes a pledge; SYN. dedication.
4. The official act of consigning a person to a prison (or mental hospital); SYN. committal, consignment.

cop
/ kɑːp /

imenicasleng, dijalekt

Množina reči cop je cops.

Sinonimi:
bull · copper · fuzz · pig

A policeman or policewoman.

detainer
/ dɪteɪnər /

imenica

Množina reči detainer je detainers.

1. The act of keeping something in one's possession; specifically; the withholding from the rightful owner of something that has lawfully come into the possession of the holder
2. Detention in custody
3. A writ authorizing the keeper of a prison to continue to hold a person in custody

detainment

imenica

Množina reči detainment je detainments.

Sinonimi:
custody · detention · hold

Detention, act of keeping in custody, confinement

detention
/ dətenʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči detention je detentions.

Sinonimi:
hold · custody

Sinonimi:
custody · detainment · hold

ETYM Latin detentio: cf. French détention. Related to Detain.
A state of confinement (usually for a short time;); SYN. hold, custody.

duress
/ dʊres /

imenica

Množina reči duress je duresses.

Sinonimi:

ETYM Old Fren. duresse, dur, hardship, severity, Latin duritia, durities, from durus hard. Related to Dure.
Compulsory force or threat.
Imprisonment; restraint; compulsion by threats.

duresse
/ djʊəres /

imenica

Množina reči duresse je duresses.

emprison

imenica

Množina reči emprison je emprisons.

imprisonment
/ ɪmprɪzənmənt /

imenica

Množina reči imprisonment je imprisonments.

Sinonimi:
jailing · internment

Sinonimi:
captivity · immurement · incarceration · internment

1. Putting someone in prison or in jail as lawful punishment; SYN. jailing.
2. The act of confining someone in a prison (or as if in a prison); SYN. internment.

seizure
/ siːʒər /

imenicapravo (nauka)

Množina reči seizure je seizures.

Sinonimi:
ictus

Sinonimi:
capture · gaining control · ictus · raptus

A sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease; SYN. ictus.
The taking possession of something by legal process.

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