- n.拘留，扣押; 阻留; 放学后留校; （非法）占有;
- 复数: detentions;
a sentence of 12 months' detention in a young offender institution
They have been held in detention since the end of June.
Jails and temporary detention camps are overflowing.
The teacher kept the boys in detention after school.
She prefers to stay in detention rather than be released and go into exile.
He said that he was not tortured or maltreated during his detention.
The government is devising a plan to liberate prisoners held in detention camps.
Reports of torture and mass executions in Serbia's detention camps have outraged the world's religious leaders.
The detention raised two distinct but closely linked questions.
He was kept in detention by the police.
He was held in detention from 1991 to 2009.
Such an offence shall be punished by detention in prison or at hard labour.
The detention time in the tank is between 1.5 and 3 hours.
The detention of the whole class was unfair.
The term of criminal detention is not less a month and not more than six months.
He was kept under detention in a peaceful and secluded place.
Jewish bomb Bridge Road, attacked the detention camp for illegal immigrants, the assassination of British officials.
犹太人炸路断桥, 袭击拘禁非法移民的营地, 暗杀英国官员.
Detention at or during her majesty's pleasure.
A translation of one of his blog posts describing his detention and beating is here.
Detention 15 minutes administered by classroom teacher at location and time of choice.
At present, criminal suspects have been criminal detention.
And want send back taller the detention house of one class?
The crowned head , the person in power either people's detention or the control, or detains legally.
君主 、 当权者或人民的扣留或管制, 或依法扣押.
The period of detention shall not be longer than 15 days.
Detainees who think they have been in secret CIA detention facilities have reported serious abuse there.
At present, the police have been implemented in accordance with the law on criminal detention Zhu.
The Obama administration has refused to link the journalists detention with the nuclear standoff.
I suggested extending detention periods for drug offenders.
We've improved accountability and safety in the detention system.
1. a state of being confined (usually for a short time);
"his detention was politically motivated"
"the prisoner is on hold"
"he is in the custody of police"
2. a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home;
"the detention of tardy pupils"
收押 扣留 拘留 拘禁