|put in prison, confine, jail, incarcerate||imprison|
|(born 1944) leader in the American Indian Movement, indigenous rights activist who is presently serving a prison sentence for a crime he allegedly committed (he is considered a political prisoner by Amnesty International)||Leonard Peltier|
|(British Slang) criminal, prisoner, ex-convict; prison time, decide the order of play, fall behind compared with others, fail to keep up with the established pace, straggle; develop slowly; linger, tarry; slacken, flag, weaken; imprison (British Slang)...||lag|
|(British variant for localize) confine to a particular place; collect in particular place; identify the location of; determine the specific location of a gene within a DNA strand (Genetics)||localise|
|(British) prison (Slang), tending to choke||choky|
|(British) put in prison, incarcerate, jail, detain, jail (British)||gaol|
|(nickname for) infamous prison located on the island of Alcatraz (in the San Francisco Bay)||The Rock|
|abdominal pain, bar with bent ends, be affected with cramp, confine, impede, restrain; constrict; fasten with a clamp, confined place, cramp iron, device for holding things together, hamper, hold together, muscle contraction; clamp, bar which holds obj...||cramp|
|able to be confined to a prison or mental institution||committable|
|act of locking up; prison, jail; temporary detention center, long investment, may be locked up, place with prison cells, securing of building, time for locking building||lockup|
|act of sending back, act of remitting; act of sending back into custody pending further legal action; state of being remitted, state of being sent back, return prisoner to custody, returning of somebody untried to prison, send back, remit; hold in cust...||remand|
|administrative leader, head, superintendent, president, important university administrator, prison warden, senior dignitary of cathedral||provost|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, res...||intern|
|airlock, blocking device, fasten shut with a lock; confine by means of a lock; make immovable, fix in place; intertwine, link firmly together; move through a lock or locks (of a vessel); be fastened shut; become immobile; be held in place, fasten using...||lock|
|alcayde, fortress commander, prison governor||alcaide|
|allow somebody to leave, end and release students, enlarge a garment, let property, make a loud yell, release somebody from prison, release somebody or something, free; make a piece of clothing larger, spread information||let out|
|amount held by tank, armored vehicle, container for developing film, jail, large container for liquids or gases, large receptacle in which liquids or gases are stored; armored combat vehicle; prison cell (Slang), pond or reservoir, put something in a t...||tank|
|animal enclosure, barred enclosure; prison; elevator, basket, elevator platform, enclose in a cage; place in a cage, enclosing or protecting wire-mesh structure, hockey goal, put in confining conditions, put person or animal in cage, screen to stop bal...||cage|
|animals kept in pen, area that confines somebody or something, confine somebody or something, enclose, fence into an enclosed area, female swan, fortified dock for repairing submarines, instrument for writing in ink||pen|
|ankle-length, ankle-length piece of clothing, length of skirt or dress that reaches the ankles, maximum security prison, see also:mini, very long skirt||maxi|
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