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English-German translation for: prison
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NOUN   a prison | prisons
SYNO   prison | prison house
prison {adj} [attr.]
prison {adj} [attr.] [e.g. conditions, sentence, term, depression]
Haft- [Gefängnis-; z. B. Bedingungen, Strafe (Urteil), Zeit, Depression]
Gefängnis {n}
Knast {m} [ugs.]
admin. law prison
Justizvollzugsanstalt {f} <JVA>
Strafanstalt {f}
Kerker {m} [veraltet]
Justizanstalt {f} [österr.]
prisonGefangenenhaus {n} [österr.]
prisonHäfen {m} [österr.] [ugs.]
prisonKittchen {n} [ugs.] [Gefängnis]
hist. prisonStrafgefängnis {n}
2 Words: Others
prison gay {adj}knastschwul [ugs.]
prison-like {adj}gefängnisartig
2 Words: Nouns
jobs (prison) warden [esp. Am.]Gefängnisleiter {m}
jobs (prison) warden [female] [esp. Am.]Gefängnisleiterin {f}
jobs law (prison) warder [Br.]Schließer {m} [ugs.] [Justizvollzugsbeamter]
hist. campus prisonKarzer {m} [Arrestzelle in Universitäten]
central prison [capitalized as a proper noun]Zentralgefängnis {n}
Unverified closed prison [Br.]geschlossener Vollzug {m}
cloth. cloth prisonStoffgefängnis {n} [einengendes, hinderliches Kleidungsstück]
hist. debtor's prisonSchuldgefängnis {n}
hist. debtor's prisonSchuldturm {m}
hist. debtors' prisonSchuldgefängnis {n}
hist. debtors' prisonSchuldnergefängnis {n}
hist. debtors' prisonSchuldturm {m}
federal prisonBundesgefängnis {n}
juvenile prisonJugendgefängnis {n}
juvenile prisonJugendstrafanstalt {f}
archi. hist. Mamertine PrisonCarcer Tullianus {m}
hist. Unverified Marshalsea prisonMarshalsea Schuldengefängnis {n}
men's prisonMännergefängnis {n}
men's prisonMännerstrafanstalt {f}
military prisonMilitärgefängnis {n}
law mil. military prisonMilitärstrafanstalt {f}
archi. hist. Nuremberg prisonNürnberger Zellengefängnis {n}
law open prison [Br.] [condition or state]offener Vollzug {m}
police prisonPolizeigefängnis {n}
prison accommodationGefängnisunterkunft {f}
law Prison ActStrafvollzugsgesetz {n} <StVollzG>
prison administrationGefängnisverwaltung {f}
prison authorities {pl}Gefängnisaufsicht {f}
mus. prison bandGefängnisband {f}
prison bars {pl}Gefängnisgitter {n}
prison breachGefängnisausbruch {m}
prison breakGefängnisausbruch {m}
prison breakoutGefangenenausbruch {m}
prison breakoutGefängnisausbruch {m}
prison campGefangenenlager {n}
prison campStraflager {n}
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A 2014-01-30: I would say +...has to go to prison.+
Q 2013-08-23: Prison Architect
A 2013-07-12: He faces 25 years in prison.
A 2012-11-25: "Spent 20 years in prison" would be correct.
A 2012-11-25: He was in prison for 20 years
Q 2012-11-25: He was 20 years in prison
A 2012-08-18: serving time in prison
Q 2012-08-17: that the three women be sentenced to three years in prison
A 2012-01-04: Sticking to prison.
A 2012-01-04: The context is "prison," but +Ausgänger+ may not be the correct term.
Q 2011-12-31: principles in prison
A 2011-06-03: +gaol / jail+ ist die kleinere Anstalt für Untersuchungshaft und kurze Haf...
A 2011-05-02: Prison maintenance is not the responsibility of the German Federal Governm...
Q 2010-08-27: minimum security prison
A 2010-02-03: Beide 'fish' und 'shakedown' sind 'prison slang'
A 2009-12-15: +Gefängnisklinik+ scheint noch häufiger als +Gefängniskrankenhaus+ zu sein...
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