arresto menor translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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arresto

  
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1      (Jur)   (=acción)   arrest  
(=detención)  
remand,   (Mil)   detention, confinement  
estar bajo arresto      to be under arrest  
  arresto domiciliario   house arrest  
  arresto mayor     (Esp)   imprisonment for from one month and a day to six months   imprisonment for from one month and a day to six months  
   arresto menor            (Esp)   imprisonment for from one day to thirty days   imprisonment for from one day to thirty days  
  arresto preventivo   preventive detention
2    arrestos   (=arrojo)   daring    sing     
tener arrestos      to be bold, be daring  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
arrest warrant
[BIZ]
exp.
to be under arrest
nm.
house arrest
[BIZ]
exp.
he is serving 30 days detention
exp.
A minor
adj.
retail
nf.
Little Bear
"arresto menor": examples and translations in context
Relájate, es un arresto menor de posesión. - Oh, relax, Benjie.
- Arrestos menores... - ...en las esquinas designadas, señor. Minor arrests on the designated corners, sir.
Le arresté por un cargo menor. I got him on a lesser.
No se impone la medida de arresto al menor que comete una infracción penal. The measure of arrest is not imposed on a minor committing a criminal contravention.
Bien, háblenos de un arresto por delito menor. I've never made a felony arrest.
Desde que se enroló, tiene dos arrestos. Delitos menores. Since enlisting, he's been arrested twice, both misdemeanors.
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