English to Hawaiian Meaning :: arrest

Arrest :
- hopuhopuhopuhopu anahopu
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Noun(1) the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal(2) the state of inactivity following an interruption
Verb(1) take into custody(2) hold back, as of a danger or an enemy; check the expansion or influence of(3) attract and fix(4) cause to stop

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(1) When he emerged from the house, Constable Dimatulac placed Mr. Lloyd under arrest for being unlawfully in a dwelling house and for uttering threats.(2) What we have seen in various states is little more than the confirmation of old maxims about how and why governments grow and what, if anything, can be done to arrest that growth.(3) Li isn't as fluid or captivating as Jackie Chan, but his skills still arrest the attention.(4) I have a warrant for your arrest(5) Laura Blackburne, a judge who presides over a drug court in New York City, helped a suspect elude arrest in her courtroom.(6) On arrest both men were taken to the police station and interviewed.(7) The internal report will provide valuable ammunition for the Hamiltons who have said they intend to sue Scotland Yard for unlawful arrest and detention.(8) The Terrorism Act extended the powers of the police to investigate, arrest and detain.(9) they placed her under arrest(10) The Offences Against the State Act, introduced in June 1939, allowed for the creation of special courts and increasing police powers to search, arrest , and detain.(11) The claimant brought an action for wrongful arrest and false imprisonment.(12) It works precisely because it has no illusions about what it is or the audience whose attention it's trying to arrest .(13) The military tried several times to enlist him, and he was indeed arrested or threatened with arrest several times by the military police.(14) But his efforts failed to arrest the progress of a Folkton & Flixton side who maintained their pole position with a three wicket win.(15) As a private security guard, he had no authority to arrest or detain the pair.(16) These are separate categories, but it does not follow that in every case of unlawful arrest by a police officer exemplary damages are appropriate.
Related Words
(1) cardiac arrest ::
cardiac hopu
(2) to arrest ::
i ka hopu
(3) under arrest ::
ma lalo o hopu
(4) arrest warrant ::
hopu ia palapala hopu
(5) house arrest ::
ka hale hopu
(6) under house arrest ::
ma lalo o ka hale hopu
(7) warrant of arrest ::
palapala hopu o ka hopu
(8) be under arrest ::
ia ma lalo o hopu
1. detention ::
2. stoppage ::
3. hitch ::
4. catch ::
hoopahele ae la i
5. apprehend ::
hopu mai
6. stop ::
pau ana
7. attract ::
8. contain ::
aia no iloko olaila
9. catch ::
hoopahele ae la i
10. halt ::
1. discharge ::
Different Forms
arrest, arrested, arresting, arrests
Word Example from TV Shows

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Wanted to arrest anyone
caught charging interest

Wanted to ARREST anyone caught charging interest

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Am I under arrest?

What? Am I under ARREST?

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Did I arrest him?

Did I ARREST him?

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Albuquerque Police!

Albuquerque Police! You're under ARREST! Get down on the ground!

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 8

Under arrest warrant.\0

Under ARREST warrant.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1

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