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  1. arrest

    • IPA[əˈrɛst]

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    • v.
      seize (someone) by legal authority and take them into custody;seize and detain (a ship) by legal authority
    • n.
      the action of seizing someone and taking them into custody;a stoppage or sudden cessation of motion
    • verb: arrest, 3rd person present: arrests, gerund or present participle: arresting, past tense: arrested, past participle: arrested

    • noun: arrest, plural noun: arrests

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    • n.
      the state of being kept as a prisoner in one's own house, rather than in a prison: she was placed under house arrest

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    • n.
      a sudden, sometimes temporary, cessation of function of the heart.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a sudden, sometimes temporary, cessation of the heart's functioning.

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    • n.
      the state of being kept as a prisoner in one's own house, rather than in a prison: she was placed under house arrest

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    • n.
      an arrest by an ordinary person without a warrant, allowable in certain cases: he chased the thieves and made a citizen's arrest

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    • n.
      a postponement or stay of a court decision because of a legal challenge or problem: her counsel moved an arrest of judgment

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    • n.
      a postponement or stay of a court decision because of a legal challenge or problem: her counsel moved an arrest of judgement

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    • n.
      an arrest by an ordinary person without a warrant, allowable in certain cases: he chased the thieves and made a citizen's arrest

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    • IPA[əˈrest]

    美式

    • v.
      seize (someone) by legal authority and take into custody: the police arrested him for possession of marijuana two youths aged 16 were arrested
    • n.
      the action of seizing someone to take into custody: I have a warrant for your arrest they placed her under arrest

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