It means do not delay something.
When authorities detain someone, it means that they are kept under restraint, such as being handcuffed. Alternatively it may mean that they are locked up and put into custody.
I will detain your bike. Police can not detain my car.
I'll detain you no further.
Detain is the correct spelling.
We won't detain you any further. Find a way to detain him until I get there.
No. Persecute and detain are not antonyms or synonyms.
The police officer decided to detain the suspect.Detain: Deprive of freedom; Put under custody; Hold
Please don't detain me, I am already late.
Either DETAIN or DETAIN + TIME.DETAIN is the same sign as MILK except you only squeeze once and hold it.
Detain suspects believed to be illegally in the uk take them to police stations.
The police had enough evidence to detain him for further questioning.
in the judicial/ law enforcement meaning of detain, the antonym is " to release"
Detain is already a root word. It would be the root for the word 'detained'.
A do not detain order is law enforcement's way of letting you know that they're not interested in pursuing any minor charges against you because you're under investigation for bigger things. If you are on the Do Not Detain list, take advantage of it! I sure do. I speed, do burn-outs in front of cops, and generally clown on them if they do pull me over. It's a bunch of fun to mess with them.
Yes, even just a citizen can detain a suspect.
Intern means to imprison or detain, in this context.
They only detain mentally ill people when they pose an immediate threat to themselves or to others.
remain, brain, etc.
The verb for detention is detain.Other verbs depending on the tense are detains, detaining and detained.Some example sentences are:"We will detain him"."The officer detains the suspect"."We are detaining you for attempted murder"."He was detained in a maximum security prison".
No, an apartment security guard cannot detain and search a person or their car. They cannot do this, unless they have a warrant.