remand

US [rɪˈmænd]
UK [rɪˈmɑːnd]
  • n.召回;退押;【法律】还押(命令);羁押
  • v.送回;命令归回;检查;【法律】还押(被告、嫌疑犯)
  • Web送还;发回重审;押候
Simple Present:remands  Present Participle:remanding  Past Tense:remanded  
remand
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sb (+ adv./prep.)
将(嫌疑人)还押候审to send sb away from a court to wait for their trial which will take place at a later date
The two men were charged with burglary and remanded in custody(= sent to prison until their trial) .
两名男子被控入室偷窃而被还押候审。
She was remanded on bail(= allowed to go free until the trial after leaving a sum of money with the court) .
她获准取保候审。
n.
1.
[u]
还押;押候the process of keeping sb in prison while they are waiting for their trial
He is currently being held on remand .
他正被还押候审。
a remand prisoner
还押罪犯

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