Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act or process of putting someone in prison or in jail as a lawful punishment.

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  • verb Present participle of jail.
  • noun An instance of a person being jailed.

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Examples

  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.

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  • He's a marked man: you don't play a pivotal role in jailing full-patch Hell's Angels and their pals and get forgiven.

    Archive 2009-11-01

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