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Il significato di "Prisoner" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa prisoner?
A: a person legally held in prison as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial.
Q: Che cosa significa The condemned prisoner's quarters?
A: It’s their rooms or area where they live
Q: Che cosa significa prisoner of hatred?
A: it means to feel like your trapped or controlled by hate.
Q: Che cosa significa I think you mean "take no prisoners". If( so that )means to be brutal and aggressive.
boardroom meeting (verbally aggressive)?
what is the part of speech of ( so that)?.

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A: In war, if you take no prisoners, it means you kill your enemy. All of them. Even if they surrender. You don't care if this means the other side will now try to do the same to you. You don't care if the soldiers are just following orders. You don't care that death cannot be undone. It means you will be ruthless. You will have no pity nor compassion. You will do everything in your power to win.

Now, take that idea and apply it to things other than war.

Said about a lawyer...
He has a take no prisoners approach to negotiations.

Said about a tennis opponent...
Be careful. She is taking no prisoners.

Said about getting 100% on all your exams...
I will take no prisoners!

Frasi esempio "Prisoner"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con take no prisoners .
A: We have made it to the land we want to conquer. Take no prisoners. Kill them all!

Parole simili a "Prisoner" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra It is believed that the prisoner escaped by climbing the wall. e It is believed that the prisoner escaped by climbing "over" the wall. ?
A: in those sentences there isn’t any difference because you have said that the prisoner escaped. If it just said “the prisoner climbed the prison wall” it seems unfinished because you would ask “and then what? Did he climb the wall and fall back off? Did he climb the wall and sit on it?” So if the context of him escaping from prison wasn’t there, it would be climbed over the wall to express he went over the top of the wall and down the other side
Q: Qual è la differenza tra the prisoner e the convict ?
A: they are the same. but technically, you can be in prison during your trial, before the judge "convicts" you.

The prisoner was awaiting trial.
The prisoners were in solitary confinement.
The convicts participated in college classes and anger management classes.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra The prisoners (who was) being released are all women e The prisoners (who was) released are all women ?
A: It makes the sentence “Continuous”.

The prisoners who were being released were all women

Or

The prisoners who were released (were/are) all women.

In the Continuous form, with “being”, you are describing something “as it happens”, so you have to say “were”. It makes the verb “released” the centre of the sentence.

When it’s not Continuous, released could be an adjective. It makes the noun “the prisoners” the centre of the sentence. If those people are still around you can say “are women”: if it’s from long ago you would say “were women”.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra prisoner e convict ?
A: A prisoner is someone who is literally within a prison.
Convicts are just someone who has been found guilty of a crime by the court.

All prisoners are convicts, but not all convicts are (yet) prisoners.

Traduzionde di "Prisoner"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? prisoners
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Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? prisoners
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Altre domande riguardo "Prisoner"

Q: What sounds more natural to say? To take prisoners or to make prisoners after a battle?
A: The winner takes (not makes) prisoners after a battle.
Q: We tend to view prisoners with suspicion that they might commit crime again even after they came out of prision.


We used to view people having a lot of tattoos with a stereotye that they might be spoiled.

We used to view people who were divorced with pity but not anymore. sembra naturale?
A: × We tend to view prisoners with suspicion that they might commit crime again even after they came out of prision.
✓ We tend to view convicts with suspicion, as (or since) they might commit crime again even after they are (or get) out of prison.

× We used to view people having a lot of tattoos with a stereotye that they might be spoiled.
✓ We used to stereotype people having a lot of tattoos as being spoiled.

× We used to view people who were divorced with pity but not anymore.
✓ We used to view people who were divorced with pity, but not anymore.

Q: captive / prisoner of war
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What term is correct in war context?
A: They are both correct. They both mean somebody was captured by the enemy. The term "prisoner of war" makes it clear that the capture happened during a war. A captive doesn't necessarily have to be captured during a war.
Q: 1) The prisoners got away from prison.
2) The prisoners escaped from prison.
3) The prisoners evacuated from prison. sembra naturale?
A: 2. Although I would say "The prisoners escaped" instead. It doesn't need the "from prison" on the end.
Q: She had been an exemplary prisoner for 10years. She has always claimed her innocence. sembra naturale?
A: Sounds natural, but you should put a space between "10" and "years"

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