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arrest [ ə'rest] vt.逮捕,拘留;阻止

We saw the arrest of the thief.

The arrest of the thief was quickly performed.

The police made several arrests.

The thief was put under arrest.

The police arrested the thief.

The police arrested five young men in connection with one of the attacks.

Five students were arrested for minor offences.

If you are arrested you have the right to remain silent.

You're under arrest. *arrest “逮捕”。

at large 与 by and large:
at large 当形容词,最常用的意思是指嫌犯脱逃,逍遥法外(escape,referring to criminal before arrest)而 by and large 当副词用,意思是一般而言(generally speaking on the whole)。 例如:
* The murder suspect is still at large. (凶手仍然逍遥法外)
* By and large, I feel(that)the new proposal is sensible.(大体来说,我认为新的建议是很切合实际的。)
* By and large, most people will care about their weight. (一般而言,许多人关心他们的体重)
然而,有时 at large 也有「一般」(in general)的意思。 例如:
* The Chinese people at large are peace-loving. (一般中国人是爱好和平的)

Advertising may be described as the science of arresting human in-telligence long enough to get money from it .
Leacock Stephen, Canadian economist 

arrest v.阻止;遏止

"I read in the paper about this customs officer they arrested at the airport. They caught him working hand in glove with a gang of smugglers to bring diamonds into the country without paying duty."

妨碍 incommode; blockage; countercheck; disturb; disturbed; handicap; impede; impediment; arrest

逮捕 arrestment; arrest; nab; apprehension

缉捕 arrest; seize

拘捕 arrest; arrestment

被捕 [bèi bǔ] /be under arrest/

捕拿 [bǔ ná] /arrest/capture/catch/

逮 [dǎi] /arrest/catch/seize/until/

逮捕 [dài bǔ] /arrest/

拘捕 [jū bǔ] /arrest/

拘押 [jū yā] /(arrest and) take into custody/

软禁 [ruǎn jìn] /house arrest/

搜捕 [sōu bǔ] /hunt and arrest (fugitives)/

遭软禁 [zāo ruǎn jìn] /be put under house arrest/

抓 [zhuā] /to grab/to catch/to arrest/to snatch/

{adj: arrested, in remission} having development checked or reversed
"arrested tuberculosis"

{adj: arresting, sensational, stunning} commanding attention
"an arresting drawing of people turning into animals"
"a sensational concert--one never to be forgotten"
"a stunning performance"

{adj: cardiac} of or relating to the heart
"cardiac arrest"

{adj: confined} deprived of liberty; especially placed under arrest or restraint

{adj: cursing} who is uttering obscenities
"arrested the flailing cursing old man"

{adj: superincumbent} lying or resting on and exerting pressure on something else
"superincumbent layers of dead plants cut off the air and arrested decomposition"

{adv: impassively} in an impassive manner
"he submitted impassively to his arrest"

{n: Bonhoeffer, Dietrich Bonhoeffer} German Lutheran theologian and pastor whose works concern Christianity in the modern world; an active opponent of Nazism, he was arrested and sent to Buchenwald and later executed (1906-1945)

{n: Capone, Al Capone, Alphonse Capone, Scarface} United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947)

{n: International Wanted Notice, Red Notice} an Interpol notice describing a wanted person and asking that he or she be arrested with a view to extradition; a wanted notice that is issued by Interpol at the request of an Interpol member country and distributed to all member countries
"an Interpol Red Notice is the closest instrument to an international arrest warrant in use today"

{n: Miranda rule} the rule that police (when interrogating you after an arrest) are obliged to warn you that anything you say may be used as evidence and to read you your constitutional rights (the right to a lawyer and the right to remain silent until advised by a lawyer)

{n: absconder} a fugitive who runs away and hides to avoid arrest or prosecution

{n: abscondment, decampment} the act of running away secretly (as to avoid arrest)

{n: apprehender} a person who seizes or arrests (especially a person who seizes or arrests in the name of justice)

{n: apprehension, arrest, catch, collar, pinch, taking into custody} the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)
"the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"

{n: arrest, check, halt, hitch, stay, stop, stoppage} the state of inactivity following an interruption
"the negotiations were in arrest"
"held them in check"
"during the halt he got some lunch"
"the momentary stay enabled him to escape the blow"
"he spent the entire stop in his seat"

{n: arrested development, fixation, infantile fixation, regression} an abnormal state in which development has stopped prematurely

{n: aspiration pneumonia} inflammation of the lungs caused by inhaling or choking on vomitus; may occur during unconsciousness (anesthesia or drunkenness or seizure or cardiac arrest)

{n: asystole, cardiac arrest, cardiopulmonary arrest} absence of systole; failure of the ventricles of the heart to contract (usually caused by ventricular fibrillation) with consequent absence of the heart beat leading to oxygen lack and eventually to death

{n: authority, authorization, authorisation, potency, dominance, say-so} the power or right to give orders or make decisions
"he has the authority to issue warrants"
"deputies are given authorization to make arrests"
"a place of potency in the state"

{n: bailiff} an officer of the court who is employed to execute writs and processes and make arrests etc.

{n: bench warrant, arrest warrant} a warrant authorizing law enforcement officials to apprehend an offender and bring that person to court

{n: blotter, day book, police blotter, rap sheet, charge sheet} the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station

{n: cardiac massage, heart massage} an emergency procedure that employs rhythmic compression of the heart (either through the chest wall or, during surgery, directly to the heart) in an attempt to maintain circulation during cardiac arrest

{n: cardiogenic shock} shock caused by cardiac arrest

{n: charge, complaint} (criminal law) a pleading describing some wrong or offense
"he was arrested on a charge of larceny"

{n: drama} the quality of being arresting or highly emotional

{n: drunk-and-disorderly} someone arrested on the charge of being drunk and disorderly
"they delivered the drunk-and-disorderlies to the county jail"

{n: house arrest} confinement to your own home

{n: identification} the condition of having your identity established
"the thief's identification was followed quickly by his arrest"

{n: incipiency, incipience} beginning to exist or to be apparent
"he placed the incipience of democratic faith at around 1850"
"it is designed to arrest monopolies in their incipiency"

{n: operation, surgery, surgical operation, surgical procedure, surgical process} a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body
"they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available"
"he died while undergoing surgery"

{n: peace, public security} the general security of public places
"he was arrested for disturbing the peace"

{n: point} a style in speech or writing that arrests attention and has a penetrating or convincing quality or effect

{n: police station, police headquarters, station house, police office} a station that serves as headquarters for police in a particular district; serves as a place from which policemen are dispatched and to which arrested persons are brought
"in England they call a police station a police office"

{n: probable cause} (law) evidence sufficient to warrant an arrest or search and seizure
"a magistrate determined that there was probable cause to search the house"

{n: recidivist, repeater, habitual criminal} someone who is repeatedly arrested for criminal behavior (especially for the same criminal behavior)

{n: resisting arrest} physical efforts to oppose a lawful arrest; the resistance is classified as assault and battery upon the person of the police officer attempting to make the arrest

{n: resuscitator} a breathing apparatus used for resuscitation by forcing oxygen into the lungs of a person who has undergone asphyxia or arrest of respiration

{n: road to Damascus} a sudden turning point in a person's life (similar to the sudden conversion of the Apostle Paul on the road from Jerusalem to Damascus of arrest Christians)

{n: square one} the situation in which you begin an endeavor and to which you return if your efforts fail
"the police are now back at square one after having arrested and released 27 men"
"she has tried to diet but always ends up back at square one"

{n: threat} a warning that something unpleasant is imminent
"they were under threat of arrest"

{n: ventricular fibrillation} fibrillation of heart muscles resulting in interference with rhythmic contractions of the ventricles and possibly leading to cardiac arrest

{n: wanted notice, wanted poster} a public announcement by a law enforcement agency that they desire to question or arrest some person

{v: catch, arrest, get} attract and fix
"His look caught her"
"She caught his eye"
"Catch the attention of the waiter"

{v: check, turn back, arrest, stop, contain, hold back} hold back, as of a danger or an enemy ; check the expansion or influence of
"Arrest the downward trend"
"Check the growth of communism in Sout East Asia"
"Contain the rebel movement"
"Turn back the tide of communism"

{v: check} arrest the motion (of something) abruptly
"He checked the flow of water by shutting off the main valve"

{v: collar, nail, apprehend, arrest, pick up, nab, cop} take into custody
"the police nabbed the suspected criminals"

{v: halt, hold, arrest} cause to stop
"Halt the engines"
"Arrest the progress"
"halt the presses"

Inevitably, the townspeople of Dawson's Landing believe the Italians to be the murderers and, after being threatened with lynching, they are arrested.

The Capellos are acquitted and Tom, now known to be Roxy's son, is arrested.

" Prostitution is a violation of the law, were you girls afraid of being arrested by police? " I wondered.
"卖淫是违法的,难道你们这些姑娘不怕被警察抓住? "我感到疑惑。
" All police in that area knew us and in addition, we had our pimps to protect us.
To do their job, the police had to arrest us, but would release us soon afterwards.

Memory-loss experts around the country are testing treatments in the hope of finding one that will arrest those changes.

She says her work has its dangers. The Visayan Forum has filed nine criminal cases against traffickers on behalf of 31 children during the past three years. No trafficker has been convicted, but Ms. Ulleque says those arrested will sometimes threaten workers from her organization.

The terrified girls told the ship's authorities, and the traffickers were arrested, but Menchu is still waiting for her day in court.

"We have been relentless and we will continue to be relentless in our mission to secure the people of this country," the president said. "From Florida to California to Massachusetts, we have arrested and prosecuted terrorist operatives and their supporters. By our actions we are sending the world a clear message: 'The terrorists will not be permitted sanctuary or safe haven or the tools of mass murder'."

At a news conference with her Egyptian counterpart Mr. Aboul Gheit by her side, Ms. Rice said she had raised human rights issues including the case of Egyptian opposition party leader Ayman Nour, arrested late last month on fraud charges his supporters say are trumped-up. "I did raise our concerns, our very strong concerns about this case. I did talk at some length about the importance of this issue to the United States, to the American administration, to the American Congress, to the American people. And I expressed our very strong hope that there will be a resolution of this very soon," she said.

The militants insist any temporary truce depends on Israel's willingness to halt military raids as well as arrests and targeted assassinations of Palestinian militants.

His arrest occurred as the result of information provided by former bodyguards and relatives of people close to the former Iraqi president.

This is the second time the United States has temporarily closed diplomatic facilities in India in the past four months. In August, the embassy was closed for a day. Officials did not say why it was shut, but the move followed a series of high-profile arrests of al-Qaida suspects in neighboring Pakistan.

In the process of clearing buildings, Iraqi National Guardsmen reportedly arrested 25 insurgents inside a mosque in Samarra.

Mental retardation (F70-F79)
A condition of arrested or incomplete development of the mind, which is especially
characterized by impairment of skills manifested during the developmental period, skills
which contribute to the overall level of intelligence, i.e. cognitive, language, motor,
and social abilities. Retardation can occur with or without any other mental or physical
Degrees of mental retardation are conventionally estimated by standardized intelligence
tests. These can be supplemented by scales assessing social adaptation in a given
environment. These measures provide an approximate indication of the degree of mental
retardation. The diagnosis will also depend on the overall assessment of intellectual
functioning by a skilled diagnostician.
Intellectual abilities and social adaptation may change over time, and, however poor, may
improve as a result of training and rehabilitation. Diagnosis should be based on the
current levels of functioning.
The following fourth-character subdivisions are for use with categories F70-F79 to
identify the extent of impairment of behaviour:
智能不足 (F70-F79)
智能不足乃是智力发展停滞或不完全之情形 , 其最
则包含了智商的整体层面 , 如认知 , 语言 , 运动 ,
障能不足的程度 , 传统上是藉由标准化的智商测验
来评估。另外 , 可藉由特定情境下社会适应评量表
度指标 , 也可以由有经验的诊断专家作智商功能的
智商能力及社会适应可能随时间而有所改变 , 虽然
不尽理想 , 但可经由训练和复健来改善。其诊断必
下列第四码次分类并用於范围 F70-F79 , 以确认其行为
障碍之程度 :

Rett's syndrome
A condition, so far found only in girls, in which apparently normal early development is
followed by partial or complete loss of speech and of skills in locomotion and use of
hands, together with deceleration in head growth, usually with an onset between seven and
24 months of age. Loss of purposive hand movements, hand-wringing stereotypies, and
hyperventilation are characteristic. Social and play development are arrested but social
interest tends to be maintained. Trunk ataxia and apraxia start to develop by age four
years and choreoathetoid movements frequently follow. Severe mental retardation almost
invariably results.
只发生於女童 , 通常在 7 至 2 4 个月大时发病 , 个案
有正常或几乎正常的早期发展 , 接着是部份或完全
丧失手部和语言技巧 , 伴有头部发育的减缓。丧失
有目的的手部动作 , 及出现固定重覆的手扭曲及过
度换气是其特殊特徵。社交及游戏的发展停止 , 但
(ataxig) 及失用 , 且有时会有舞蹈指痉性动作 (choreo athtoid)

Cardiac arrest
Excludes: cardiogenic shock (R57.0)
. abortion or ectopic or molar pregnancy (O00-O07, O08.8)
. obstetric surgery and procedures (O75.4)
不包含 : 心因性休克 (R57.0)
并发 :
. 流产、子宫外孕或胎块妊娠 (O00-O07 , O8.8)
. 产科手术及过程 (O75.4)

Cardiac arrest with successful resuscitation

Cardiac arrest, unspecified

Respiratory failure, not elsewhere classified
Excludes: cardiorespiratory failure (R09.2)
postprocedural respiratory failure (J95.-)
. arrest (R09.2)
. distress syndrome:
. adult (J80)
. newborn (P22.0)
不包含 : 心脏呼吸衰竭 (R09.2)
处置後的呼吸衰竭 (J95.-)
下列呼吸的 :
. 停止 (R09.2)
. 窘迫徵候群 :
. 成人型 (J80)
. 新生儿型 (P22.0)

Arrested dental caries

Epiphyseal arrest

Abnormalities of breathing
Excludes: respiratory:
arrest (R09.2)
.adult (J80)
.newborn (P22.-)
.failure (J96.-)
.of newborn (P28.5)
不包含 : 下列各式呼吸异常 :
. 停止呼吸 (R09.2)
. 呼吸窘迫 ( 徵候群 ) :
. 成人 (J80)
. 新生儿 (P22.-)
. 呼吸衰竭 (J96.-)
. 新生儿 (P28.5)

Respiratory arrest
Cardiorespiratory failure

Problems related to other legal circumstances
Child custody or support proceedigs

arrest 抑制;扣留;停滞

cell cycle arrest 细胞周期停滞

cell division arrest 细胞分裂停滞,细胞分裂抑制

扣押船舶 Arrest a ship

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