English to Croatian Meaning :: inmate

ukućanin, stanar
Inmate :
ukućanin
- ukućaninzatvorenici
 
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Noun(1) one of several resident of a dwelling (especially someone confined to a prison or hospital(2) a patient who is residing in the hospital where he is being treated(3) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison

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(1) Within three years, there would be one prison inmate for every six students completing high school.(2) Before an inmate could use one of the phones the prison service had to activate it.(3) The next crime for which I would sanction the death penalty is the murder of either a prison officer or another inmate whilst serving a life sentence.(4) The author shows that he was an invaluable one to McCullers, the house's first inmate .(5) These claims do not include allegations of assault by a prison officer on an inmate .(6) There is a story of a man who visited a prison and asked each inmate what he had done wrong.(7) Is a person entitled to receive all accident compensation entitlements while he or she is an inmate in a penal institution?(8) The wearing of ritual jewellery must be risk-assessed by prison officers before the inmate is allowed to place it around the neck.(9) When asked about reality television she tells me she was interested in Big Brother when Germaine Greer was an inmate of the house.(10) There is a wonderful scene at the start of Lukas Moodysson's film when the inmates of the house argue about the washing up.(11) It will be a far cry from North Sea Camp open prison where inmates have keys to their own rooms.(12) It also contains a door with two large glass panels which allows prison officers to observe inmates .(13) We have a special housing unit where they house the inmates they interrogate.(14) Since then we have seen a huge increase in the demand from prison inmates for such a service.(15) Also, there are four inmates staying at the prison who are about to finish their sentences.(16) In real prison situations, inmates are ready to sell body and soul for a stale crust of bread - anything!
Synonyms
Noun
1. prisoner ::
zatvorenik
2. patient ::
pacijent
3. inpatient ::
stacionarna
4. con ::
protiv
Different Forms
inmate, inmates
English to Croatian Dictionary: inmate

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