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imprison

US [ɪmˈprɪz(ə)n]
UK [ɪm'prɪzn]
  • v.监禁;束缚;关押;入狱
  • Web限制;囚禁;禁锢
Past Tense:imprisoned  Present Participle:imprisoning  Simple Present:imprisons  
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1.
[oftpass]
~ sb
监禁;关押to put sb in a prison or another place from which they cannot escape
They were imprisoned for possession of drugs.
他们因持有毒品而被监禁。
Some young mothers feel imprisoned in their own homes.
有些年轻的母亲感到待在家里如同坐牢。

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