English-German translation for "jail"

"jail" German translation

jail
[dʒeil]noun | Substantiv s

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examples
  • to be sent to jail
    eingesperrt werden
    to be sent to jail
  • he’s in jail
    er ist im Gefängnis
    he’s in jail
  • to go to jail
    ins Gefängnis kommen, eingesperrt werden
    to go to jail
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jail
[dʒeil]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t

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to break jail
to break jail
to commitsomebody | jemand sb to jail
jemanden einsperren
to commitsomebody | jemand sb to jail
he preferred to go to jail rather than pay
er ging lieber ins Gefängnis als zu zahlen
he preferred to go to jail rather than pay
to slapsomebody | jemand sb into jail
jemanden ins Gefängnis werfen
to slapsomebody | jemand sb into jail
Heute sind sie entweder verhaftet oder untergetaucht. #FreeRazan
Today they're jail or in hiding# FreeRazan
Source: GlobalVoices
Tuberkulose hat innerhalb der russischen Gefängnisse epidemische Ausmasse erreicht.
Tuberculosis is now epidemic within Russia s prisons and jails ’.
Source: News-Commentary
Wie dieser Brief aus dem Gefängnis geschmuggelt worden war, bleibt ein Rätsel.
It was a mystery how the letter was smuggled out of jail.
Source: News-Commentary
Abdulla Mohsen, der noch auf seinen Prozess wartet, ist nicht wegen seiner Blogaktivitäten in Haft.
Abdulla Mohsen, who is still awaiting trial, is not in jail for his blogging activities.
Source: GlobalVoices
Zurzeit befinden sich Tausende in den Gefängnissen und es gab Dutzende von Toten.
At this very moment, there are tens of thousands of people in jail and dozens have died.
Source: Europarl
Altiero Spinelli kämpfte gegen den Faschismus und durchlitt dafür jahrelang Mussolinis Gefängnisse.
For fighting against fascism, Altiero Spinelli endured many years in Mussolini s jails ’.
Source: Europarl
Viele Journalisten bekamen Probleme und mussten ins Gefängnis.
Many journalists faced problems, and went to jail.
Source: GlobalVoices
Man sollte ihn kritisieren, vielleicht sogar lächerlich machen, aber nicht verhaften.
He should be criticized, even ridiculed, but not jailed.
Source: News-Commentary
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