detention തടഞ്ഞുവെക്കൽ


detention = തടഞ്ഞുവെക്കൽ

Pronunciation =  detention

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഡിറ്റെൻഷൻ

detention in Malayalam: തടഞ്ഞുവെക്കൽ

Part of speechnoun 

Definition in English: the action of detaining someone or the state of being detained in official custody 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരാളെ തടഞ്ഞു വെക്കുക അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ഒരാളെ നിയമപരമായി തടങ്കലിൽ വെക്കുക

Examples in English:

  • Taylor was put in detention for a week as punishment.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • ടെയ്‌ലറെ ഒരാഴ്ച ശിക്ഷയായി തടങ്കലിൽ വെച്ചു

Synonyms of detention

Synonyms in Malayalam തടങ്കല്‍,കാരാഗൃഹവാസം, നിയന്ത്രണം, തടവിലിടുക
Synonyms in English custody, imprisonment, confinement, incarceration

Antonyms of detention

Antonyms in Malayalam വീണ്ടെടുപ്പ്, സ്വാതന്ത്രം ,മോചനം , മോക്ഷം
Antonyms in English redemption, freedom, liberation, release

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