recluso


recluso
adj.
1 imprisoned, confined, recluse in prison.
2 withdrawn.
m.
prisoner, inmate, jailbird, recluse.
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recluso
adjetivo
1 imprisoned
población reclusa prison population
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 prisoner
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(f. - reclusa)
noun
convict, inmate, prisoner
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recluso, -a
1.
ADJ imprisoned

población reclusa — prison population

2. SM / F
1) (Jur) inmate, prisoner

recluso/a de confianza — trusty

recluso/a preventivo/a — prisoner on remand, remand prisoner

2) (=ermitaño) recluse
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I
-sa adjetivo

la población reclusa — the prison population

II
-sa masculino, femenino prisoner, inmate
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= prisoner, fellow inmate, prison inmate, inmate, convict, recluse.
Ex. At our library in Minnesota we have clearly identified material that deals with mudpies, leprechauns, senior power, red power, the Chinese New Year, prisoners' rights, and workers' control.
Ex. One of the problems to be anticipated once a prison law library has been established is the possible 'extortion' by jailhouse lawyers demanding compensation from fellow inmates they legally advise.
Ex. In Italy it is common to employ prison inmates for library tasks.
Ex. This article examines library service in prisons from 1951, the stock, the range of prison readers, staffing, loans, and relations with administrative staff, prison warders and inmates.
Ex. Artists or their families have often wished to erase the memory of convict or immigrant origins, youthful indiscretions, or previous marriages.
Ex. Despite fast becoming one of the most famous women on the planet, Paris Hilton says she won't turn into a recluse.
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* reclusos, los = incarcerated, the.
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I
-sa adjetivo

la población reclusa — the prison population

II
-sa masculino, femenino prisoner, inmate
* * *
= prisoner, fellow inmate, prison inmate, inmate, convict, recluse.

Ex: At our library in Minnesota we have clearly identified material that deals with mudpies, leprechauns, senior power, red power, the Chinese New Year, prisoners' rights, and workers' control.

Ex: One of the problems to be anticipated once a prison law library has been established is the possible 'extortion' by jailhouse lawyers demanding compensation from fellow inmates they legally advise.
Ex: In Italy it is common to employ prison inmates for library tasks.
Ex: This article examines library service in prisons from 1951, the stock, the range of prison readers, staffing, loans, and relations with administrative staff, prison warders and inmates.
Ex: Artists or their families have often wished to erase the memory of convict or immigrant origins, youthful indiscretions, or previous marriages.
Ex: Despite fast becoming one of the most famous women on the planet, Paris Hilton says she won't turn into a recluse.
* reclusos, los = incarcerated, the.

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recluso1 -sa
adjective
la población reclusa the prison population
recluso2 -sa
masculine, feminine
prisoner, inmate
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recluso
-sa sustantivo masculino, femenino

prisoner, inmate
recluso,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino prisoner, inmate

'recluso' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
reclusa
English:
inmate
- prisoner
- convict
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recluso, -a nm,f
[preso] prisoner
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recluso
I adj reclusive;
población reclusa prison population
II m, reclusa f prisoner
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recluso, -sa n
1) : inmate, prisoner
2) solitario: recluse
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recluso n prisoner

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • recluso — recluso, sa sustantivo masculino,f. 1. Persona que cumple condena en una cárcel: Se ha escapado un recluso del penal. Sinónimo: preso …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • recluso — /re kluzo/ [part. pass. di recludere ]. ■ agg. [che vive in condizioni di segregazione, di prigionia] ▶◀ detenuto, prigioniero, rinchiuso, segregato. ■ s.m. (f. a ) [chi sta scontando una pena carceraria] ▶◀ carcerato, detenuto, galeotto,… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • recluso — recluso, sa sustantivo penado*, presidiario*, forzado, encarcelado, preso, prisionero, cautivo. * * * Sinónimos: ■ presidiario, preso …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • recluso — adj. 1. Encerrado em casa (sem sair nem receber visitas). 2. Preso, encarcerado. 3. Recolhido (em convento, recolhimento, etc.). • s. m. 4. Pessoa que vive reclusa ou está reclusa …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • recluso — recluso, sa (Del lat. reclūsus). adj. Dicho de una persona: encarcelada. U. m. c. s.) …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • recluso — ► sustantivo Persona recluida en un establecimiento penitenciario: ■ dos reclusos han intentado escaparse de la prisión . SINÓNIMO preso prisionero * * * recluso, a Participio adjetivo irregular de «recluir»: ‘La población reclusa’. ⊚ n. *Preso o …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • recluso — {{#}}{{LM R33111}}{{〓}} {{SynR33922}} {{[}}recluso{{]}}, {{[}}reclusa{{]}} ‹re·clu·so, sa› {{《}}▍ adj./s.{{》}} Que está en la cárcel. {{★}}{{\}}ETIMOLOGÍA:{{/}} Del latín reclusus. {{#}}{{LM SynR33922}}{{〓}} {{CLAVE… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • recluso — (m) (Intermedio) alguien que está encerrado en una cárcel Ejemplos: Cada recluso tiene derecho a la prestación del servicio médico. Aquí tiene el régimen de visitas para reclusos. Sinónimos: interno, detenido, preso, culpable, criminal, forzado,… …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • recluso — re·clù·so p.pass., agg., s.m. 1. p.pass. → recludere, recludersi 2. agg. CO che vive in condizioni di segregazione, di prigionia; anche s.m. Sinonimi: rinchiuso, segregato. 3. s.m. CO detenuto che sconta una pena di reclusione: addetto alla… …   Dizionario italiano

  • recluso — {{hw}}{{recluso}}{{/hw}}A part. pass.  di recludere ; anche agg. Rinchiuso. B s. m.  (f. a ) (dir.) Chi sta scontando una reclusione …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • recluso — pl.m. reclusi sing.f. reclusa pl.f. recluse …   Dizionario dei sinonimi e contrari


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