名词: arrester 过去式: arrested 过去分词: arrested 现在分词: arresting 第三人称单数: arrests
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n.&v. arrests 0 arresting 0 arrested 0
逮捕，监禁 & 拘捕，抑制，吸引，阻止
After I arrested him, I asked him why he was running.
“For generations, they have been a feature of Indian life but now they can’t earn a living for fear of arrest,” said Behar Dutt.
cardiac arrest [医]心搏停止
under house arrest 在软禁中
house arrest 软禁
under arrest 被逮捕，被捕
arrest warrant 逮捕证
respiratory arrest 呼吸停止
crack arrest 止裂
sudden cardiac arrest 心脏骤停
逮捕,扣留vt.逮捕,扣留;阻止;吸引I’m interested in why he is arrested while resting in aural restaurant in the forest.我對他為何在森林裏的香味餐館歇息的時候被捕感興趣.
1. [VN] [often passive] ~ sb (for sth) if the police arrest sb, the person is taken to a police station and kept there because the police believe they may be guilty of a crime
A man has been arrested in connection with the robbery.
She was arrested for drug-related offences.
You could get arrested for doing that.
2. [VN] (formal) to stop a process or a development
They failed to arrest the company’s decline.
3. [VN] (formal) to make sb notice sth and pay attention to it
An unusual noise arrested his attention.
4. [V] if sb arrests, their heart stops beating
He arrested on the way to the hospital.
[C, U] 1. the act of arresting sb
The police made several arrests.
She was under arrest on suspicion of murder.
Opposition leaders were put under house arrest (= not allowed to leave their houses).
⇨ see also citizen’s arrest
2. an act of sth stopping or being interrupted
He died after suffering a cardiac arrest (= when his heart suddenly stopped).
He was arrested and charged with murder.
arrest somebody for something
Her father was arrested for fraud.
I got arrested for careless driving.
arrest somebody in connection with something
Five youths were arrested in connection with the attack.
arrest somebody on charges/suspicion of (doing) something
He was arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs.
► see thesaurus at catch
2 formal to stop something happening or to make it happen more slowly 抑制；阻止
The drug is used to arrest the spread of the disease.
3 literary if something arrests you or arrests your attention, you notice it because it is interesting or unusual 引起…的注意，吸引
The mountains are the most arresting feature of the glen.
arrest2 ●●● S3 W2 noun [countable, uncountable] when the police take someone away and guard them because they may have done something illegal 逮捕，拘捕
The police made several arrests.
A man is under arrest (=the police are guarding him) following the suspicious death of his wife.
place/put somebody under arrest (=arrest someone) 逮捕某人
He sued the police for wrongful arrest (=when someone who is not guilty is arrested).
→ See picture of 见图 arrest
→ house arrest, → cardiac arrest at cardiac
Origin arrest1 (1300-1400) Old French arester “to rest, arrest”, from Vulgar Latin arrestare, from Latin ad- “to” + restare “to remain, rest”
1.VERB 动词逮捕;拘捕;拘留 If the police arrest you, they take charge of you and take you to a police station, because they believe you may have committed a crime.
【语法信息】：be V-ed for n
【语法信息】：Also V n for n
【搭配模式】：oft under N
Police arrested five young men in connection with one of the attacks…
The police say seven people were arrested for minor offences.
Arrest is also a noun.
…a substantial reward for information leading to the arrest of the bombers…
Police chased the fleeing terrorists and later made two arrests…
Murder squad detectives approached the man and placed him under arrest.
2.VERB 动词阻止;抑制 If something or someone arrests a process, they stop it continuing.
The sufferer may have to make major changes in his or her life to arrest the disease…
The law could arrest the development of good research if applied prematurely.
3.VERB 动词吸引（注意） If something interesting or surprising arrests your attention, you suddenly notice it and then continue to look at it or consider it carefully.
The work of an architect of genius always arrests the attention no matter how little remains…
As he reached the hall after her, he saw what had arrested her.
The most arresting feature is the painted wall decoration.
4.See also:house arrest;
arrests; arrested; arresting [+ object] 1
: to use the power of the law to take and keep (someone, such as a criminal)逮捕；拘留
The police arrested him on drug charges.
The police officer said, “I’m arresting you in the name of the law.”
— often used as (be) arrested常用作(be) arrested
He was arrested for assault.
She threatened to have him arrested.
He got arrested.
◊ A person who is arrested by the police is taken to a police station or jail and kept there.被警察逮捕指被带到并留在警察局或监狱。
formal : to stop the progress or movement of (something)阻止；使停止
The medics were unable to arrest [=stop] the bleeding.
The drugs can’t arrest the disease’s progress, but they can slow it down considerably.
formal : to attract and hold the attention of (someone or something)吸引…的注意
colors that arrest [=catch] the eye
My attention was arrested [=caught] by a sudden movement.
— arresting adjective [more arresting; most arresting] an arresting [=eye-catching] painting/image
his most arresting novel yet
2 arrest /əˈrɛst/ noun
: the act of legally taking and keeping someone (such as a criminal) : the act of arresting someone逮捕；拘留
[count] The police are investigating the case but they have not yet made any arrests.
[noncount] She was charged with resisting arrest.
He has accused the police of wrongful arrest. [=of arresting someone who should not have been arrested] 他控诉警方乱抓人。
The information has led to the arrest of three suspects.
The police placed/put her under arrest. [=the police arrested her] 警方拘捕了她。
— see also citizen’s arrest, false arrest, house arrest
medical : an occurrence in which a part of the body suddenly stops working（身体某一部位的）突然停止工作
[noncount] The patient went into cardiac arrest. [=the patient’s heart stopped beating] 病人的心脏骤停。
[count] The hospital reported an increase in respiratory arrests. [=instances in which patients stopped breathing] 医院报告显示呼吸骤停病例增多。