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seizure
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
seizure /'si:ʤə/
  • danh từ
    • sự chiếm lấy, sự chiếm đoạt, sự cướp lấy, sự nắm lấy
      • the seizure of power: sự cướp chính quyền
    • sự tóm, sự bắt
    • sự kẹt (máy)
    • (pháp lý) sự cho chiếm hữu
    • (pháp lý) sự tịch thu, sự tịch biên
    • sự bị ngập máu; sự lên cơn
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 seizing, confiscating, confiscation, appropriation, impounding, commandeering, capture, taking, possession, annexation, sequestration, usurpation:
Police today announced the seizure of a shipment of 2000 pounds of cocaine
2 spasm, attack, fit, paroxysm, convulsion, Technical ictus:
He has had another seizure and is not expected to live.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U, C] ~ (of sth) the use of legal authority to take sth from sb; an amount of sth that is taken in this way: The court ordered the seizure of his assets. + the largest ever seizure of cocaine at a British port
2 [U] ~ (of sth) the act of using force to take control of a country, town, etc: the army's seizure of power + the seizure of Burma by Japan in 1942
3 (old-fashioned) [C] a sudden attack of an illness, especially one that affects the brain: an epileptic seizure
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

biggest | drugs, land | cocaine, heroin, etc.

VERB + SEIZURE

make
Customs have made their biggest ever seizure of heroin.

PHRASES

search and seizure
The Act confers powers of entry, search and seizure on the police.



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