arrest englannista suomeksi
The process of arresting a criminal, suspect etc.
A device to physically arrest motion.
The judicial detention of a ship to secure a financial claim against its operators.
Any seizure by power, physical or otherwise.
(RQ:Taylor Eniautos) were sad arrests to his troubled spirit.
A scurfiness of the back part of the hind leg of a horse1817, James White, ''A Compendious Dictionary of the Veterinary Art''.
To stop the motion of (a person, animal, or body part). (defdate)
1952, (w), ''Martha Quest'', Panther 1974, p. 86:
- Mr. Van Rensberg broke the spell by arresting Martha as she trailed past him on Billy's arm, by pointing his pipestem at her and saying, ‘Hey, Matty, come here a minute.’
*(quote-book)whiche to every mans sighte did lighte and arrest apon the Standard of Albry.
To stop or slow (a process, course etc.). (defdate)
1994, (w), ''Long Walk to Freedom'', Abacus 2010, p. 707:
- To try to arrest the spiral of violence, I contacted Chief Buthelezi to arrange a meeting.
1997: Chris Horrocks, ''Introducing Foucault'', page 69 (Totem Books, Icon Books; (ISBN)
- Knowledge replaced universal resemblance with finite differences. History was arrested and turned into tables …Western reason had entered the age of judgement.
''The police have arrested a suspect in the murder inquiry.''
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 5)
1941, (w), ''(w)'', Pt. I:
- The policeman who arrests the "Red" does not understand the theories the "Red" is preaching; if he did, his own position as bodyguard of the monied class might seem less pleasant to him.
To catch the attention of. (defdate)
1919: (w), ''Man Jeeves|My Man Jeeves'':
- There is something about this picture—something bold and vigorous, which arrests the attention. I feel sure it would be highly popular.
To undergo arrest.
2004, Euan A. Ashley, Josef Niebauer, ''Cardiology Explained'' (page 66)
- Realizing the mistake immediately from the outline of the RCA on the fluoroscope screen, he rapidly removed the catheter – just as his patient arrested.
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