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English-German translation for: Jail Train
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jail train [Switzerland]Jail Train {m} [Gefangenenzug / Gefängniszug in der Schweiz]
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hist. mil. transp. train [military logistics]Train {m} [militärisches Transport- und Nachschubwesen]
mil. baggage trainTrain {m} [österr.]
jailGefängnis {n}
jailHaft {f}
law jailHaftanstalt {f}
jailZuchthaus {n}
jailKerker {m} [veraltet]
jailKnast {m} [ugs.]
jail escapeGefängnisflucht {f}
jail guardGefängniswärter {m}
jail sentenceGefängnisstrafe {f}
law jail termFreiheitsstrafe {f}
hist. law rotary jailKarussellgefängnis {n}
town jailStadtgefängnis {n}
jail camp [Am.]Gefangenenlager {n}
jail cell [Am.]Gefängniszelle {f}
jail house [Am.]Gefängnis {n}
law jail sentenceHaftstrafe {f} [Urteil]
jail talkKnastsprache {f} [ugs.]
jail termGefängnisstrafe {f} [Zeitraum]
law jail termHaftstrafe {f} [Zeitraum]
jail time [coll.]Gefängnisaufenthalt {m}
psych. psychosis in jailHaftpsychose {f}
to jail sb.jdn. gefangen setzen
to jail sb.jdn. gefangensetzen [alt]
jail outbreak [Am.] [riot]Gefangenenausbruch {m}
jail outbreak [Am.] [riot]Gefängnisausbruch {m}
jail time [coll.]Knastzeit {f} [ugs.]
med. jail-fever [coll.] [typhus]Typhus {m}
heavy jail sentencehohe Gefängnisstrafe {f}
law super-maximum security jailHöchstsicherheitsgefängnis {n}
to jail sb.jdn. ins Gefängnis bringen
to jail sb.jdn. ins Gefängnis werfen
to break jailaus dem Gefängnis ausbrechen
jail bait [Am.] [sl.]unmündiges Mädchen {n}
to clap sb. into jailjdn. einsperren
to go to jailins Gefängnis kommen
jailKriminal {n} [österr.] [veraltend für Strafanstalt, Zuchthaus]
to be in jailgesiebte Luft atmen [ugs.]
to be in jailsitzen [ugs.] [im Gefängnis]
to break from jailaus dem Gefängnis ausbrechen
to go to jailin den Knast gehen [ugs.]
to shove sb. in jailjdn. ins Gefängnis werfen
to throw sb. in jailjdn. ins Gefängnis werfen
to break out of jailaus dem Gefängnis ausbrechen
to finish up in jailim Gefängnis enden [Person]
to finish up in jailim Gefängnis landen [ugs.]
naked as a jail bird {adj} [coll.]splitterfasernackt [ugs.]
to land (up) in jail [coll.]im Gefängnis landen [ugs.]
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