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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.
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"arresto menor": examples and translations in context
Lo atrapamos durante un arresto menor. We got him during a low-level bust.
Unos arrestos menores por robo, dos de ellos artículos religiosos. A few minor convictions for theft, two of those for religious artefacts.
El amigo del señor Harper es Trey Wendor un estudiante nada inspirado con media docena de arrestos menores. Harper's gentleman friend is a Trey Wendor, an uninspired student with a half dozen misdemeanor arrests.
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.
Tuvo un par de arrestos por delitos menores. He's got a couple of minor arrests.
Tiene dos arrestos por delito menor de posesión... se declaró culpable. He's got two arrests for misdemeanor possession, pled down.
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