English to Igbo Meaning of jail - nga

Jail :

nga, n'ụlọ mkpọrọ, Limbo, mgbochi, nche ụlọ, ihe mgbaru ọsọ


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Definitions of jail in English
Noun(1) a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence
Verb(1) lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
Examples of jail in English
(1) At my hearing, I was sentenced to twelve months imprisonment in a maximum security jail .(2) A violent escaped prisoner is still on the run more than three months after fleeing jail .(3) Breach of the ASBO could result in a fine of up to Ôö¼├║5,000 or detention or jail up to five years.(4) a jail sentence(5) Brian Irlam, defending, said Cooper had been out of jail for a few months and this was his first blemish.(6) Judge Marie Catterson sentenced Prentice to seven months' jail , suspended for two years.(7) Just because the offender is frightened of jail , that is no reason to lessen his penalty.(8) she was sentenced to three months' jail(9) With 89 convictions to his name, he had only been out of jail for two months at the time of the fatal collision.(10) The court heard he had been released from jail a month or so before the raid.(11) The fact that you might go to jail is a big deterrent factor for some, but not others.(12) he spent 15 years in jail(13) The pair are now in detention, facing jail for desertion or, at best, a stint at a different regiment.(14) After making the ASBO, magistrates warned Thompson she faced jail if she breached the order.(15) As far as Ms Parry is aware, her brother was released from jail sometime over the weekend under parole.(16) One guy was an innocent bystander and was arrested and threatened with jail for 7 months.
Related Phrases of jail
(1) go to jail ::
gaa nga
(2) jail cell ::
nga cell
(3) jail sentence ::
nga ikpe
(4) put in jail ::
na-etinye na nga
(5) jail house ::
nga ụlọ
(6) prison jail ::
mkpọrọ nga
1. prison ::
n'ụlọ mkpọrọ
2. penitentiary ::
n'ụlọ mkpọrọ
3. penal institution ::
ntaramahụhụ alụmdi
4. lockup ::
5. detention center ::
njide center
6. jailhouse ::
7. stockade ::
8. correctional facility ::
ogige mgbazi
9. reformatory ::
10. reform school ::
mgbanwe akwụkwọ
11. clink ::
12. slammer ::
13. big house ::
nnukwu ụlọ
14. jug ::
15. brig ::
16. can ::
17. pen ::
18. hoosegow ::
19. skookum house ::
skookum ụlọ
21. cage ::
22. slam ::
23. pokey ::
24. imprison ::
25. put in prison ::
26. send to prison ::
eziga mkpọrọ
27. incarcerate ::
29. put away ::
30. intern ::
31. detain ::
33. put into detention ::
etinye n'ime ụlọnga
34. put behind bars ::
tinye n'azụ Ogwe
35. put inside ::
etinye n'ime
Different Forms
jail, jailed, jailing, jails
Word Example from TV Shows
Toss him in the jail
with the rest.

Toss him in the JAIL with the rest.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 3

Hank, wouldn't you go to jail too?

Hank, wouldn't you go to JAIL too?

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 10

Guys... if I go to jail
dressed as the Human Torch,

Guys... if I go to JAIL dressed as the Human Torch,

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14

- Hey.
- Sheldon's in jail.

- Hey. - Sheldon's in JAIL.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 16

No, not jail as in

No, not JAIL as in "JAIL" JAIL.

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 12

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