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parole 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/pəˈrōl/,
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paroles, plural;
  1. Release (a prisoner) on parole
    • - he was paroled after serving nine months of a two-year sentence
Noun
  1. The release of a prisoner temporarily (for a special purpose) or permanently before the completion of a sentence, on the promise of good behavior
    • - he committed a burglary while on parole
  2. A promise or undertaking given by a prisoner of war not to escape or, if released, not to engage in hostilities, or to return to custody under stated conditions

  3. The actual linguistic behavior or performance of individuals, in contrast to the linguistic system of a community


  1. a promise; "he gave his word"
  2. release a criminal from detention and place him on parole; "The prisoner was paroled after serving 10 years in prison"
  3. password: a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group; "he forgot the password"
  4. (law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with
  5. Parole may have different meanings depending on the field and judiciary system. All of the meanings originated from the French '''' (“voice”, “spoken word”). ...
  6. Parole (1873-1903) was a Thoroughbred race horse bred by Pierre Lorillard, a scion of the tobacco family. Lorillard and his brother George were both horsemen and competed throughout their careers. ...
  7. Parole is a census-designated place (CDP) in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States. The population was 14,031 at the 2000 census. ...
  8. In U.S. immigration law, the term parole has three different meanings.
  9. The release of (a prisoner) on the understanding that he/she checks in regularly and obeys the law; The amount of time a prisoner spends on limited release; Language in use, as opposed to language as a system; To release (a prisoner) on the understanding that s/he checks in regularly and ...
  10. (Paroled) A dopamine agonist referred to as bromocriptine.
  11. The supervised release of a prisoner from incarceration into the community before the end of his or her sentence.
  12. A system for the supervised release of prisoners before their terms are over. Congress has abolished parole for people convicted of federal crimes, but most states still offer parole.
  13. Refers to being out of jail on probation before the end of a term because you behaved well and promised to obey the law and the orders of the person supervising your probation. Parole will be revoked if you break one of these promises.
  14. Release from jail, prison, or other confinement after actually serving part of sentence. Conditional release from imprisonment which entitles parolee to serve remainder of term outside confines of an institution.
  15. Under certain circumstances, a person may be allowed to enter the U.S. for humanitarian purposes, even when he or she does not meet the technical visa requirements. Those who are allowed to come to the U.S. without a visa in this manner are granted parole, and are known as parolees. ...
  16. period of TYC supervision beginning after release from a residential program and ending with discharge, also aftercare.
  17. To free a prisoner on his or her own recognisances (q.v.) after serving a minimum term.
  18. the act of speaking; a particular utterance or word.
  19. A pledge by a prisoner of war or a defeated soldier not to bear arms. When prisoners were returned to their own side during the War (in exchange for men their side had captured) the parole was no longer in effect and they were allowed to pick up their weapons and fight. ...
  20. (French, "speech"): In Ferdinand de Saussure's theory of semiology, parole is the use of language--i.e., manifestations of actual speech and writing. Parole contrasts with langue, the invisible underlying system of language that makes parole possible.
  21. A procedure in which a parole board releases a convict on good behavior before the maximum sentence expires.
  22. The court supervision of a juvenile after release from a juvenile correctional facility. Rules are set and must be followed.
  23. A post-prison supervision program where eligible inmates (offenses committed prior to October 1, 1983) have the terms and conditions of parole set by the Florida Parole Commission. The Florida Department of Corrections provides parole supervision. ...
  24. When a long term prisoner is let out of jail before the end of the sentence. The prisoner is still under supervision - see SupervisionThe prisoner will be released on a licence with specific conditions attached. ...