- [C]监狱,看守所 place where people are kept locked up as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial
- [C]牢笼,禁锢之地 place from which sb or animals cannot escape
- [U]监禁,入狱,坐牢 being kept in a prison; imprisonment
- a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment
- a prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement
- The police crushed out the rebellion in the prison.
- That felon tried to escape from the prison.
- His deliverance from the prison puzzled us.
- Strikes by prison officers underline the need for reform in our gaols.
- The thief was put into prison for one year.
- Many people believe that prison isn't a cure for crime.
- He has been kept in prison for weeks without food and dies like a dog.
There is a large prison in this town.
He is in prison for smoking marijuana.
Tom hates school; it's a prison to him.
Many people believe that prison isn't a cure for crime.
The prison walls are very high.
- clap in〔into〕 prison
〈非正〉投入监狱 put into prison clap sb in〔into〕 prison
The judge clapped the criminal in prison.法官把犯人投入狱中。
The judge clapped her into prison before she had had time to explain.法官没等她辩解,就把她关进了监狱。
- 〈非正〉投入监狱 put into prison clap sb in〔into〕 prison
Prison for lads should be the last..resort.出自：Daily News
The key turned in the lock. He and Sarah were in prison.出自：D. Eden
The new maximum security prison.出自：Guardian
Denmark's a prison.出自：Hamlet,Shakespeare
- ☆ 12世纪初期英入进语，直接源自古法语的prisoun，意为监禁。
- prison:prison n. 监狱 英英解释:名词prison:1. a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial o…