"incautar" English translation

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"incautar" in English

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[incautando|incautado] {verb}

1. general

incautar (also: incautarse de)
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to seize [seized|seized] {v.t.} (drugs, arms)
Sólo podemos incautar el material en la última estación en territorio de los Estados miembros.
We can only seize the material at the last station in the territory of the Member States.
En la UE se incautan grandes cantidades de drogas que vienen de países no comunitarios.
Large amounts of drugs are seized in the EU which have entered from countries outside the EU.
En 2002, las autoridades turcas se incautaron de 2 124 kg de heroína; menos que en años anteriores.
In 2002, the Turkish authorities seized 2 124 kg of heroin. That was less than in previous years.

2. law

También se debería reforzar la vigilancia e incautar los buques ilegales.
Surveillance should also be strengthened and illegal vessels impounded.
Esta propuesta también debe ir acompañada de la posibilidad de incautar buques en toda la UE si existen motivos para sospechar que infringen la ley.
This must also be linked with the possibility of impounding ships in ports throughout the EU if there are grounds to suspect breaches of the law.

Synonyms (Spanish) for "incautar":

incautar

Context sentences for "incautar" in English

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SpanishTambién se debería reforzar la vigilancia e incautar los buques ilegales.
Surveillance should also be strengthened and illegal vessels impounded.
SpanishSeñor Presidente, la Comisión acoge favorablemente el debate de hoy sobre los medios para incautar y confiscar los beneficios que obtiene la delincuencia.
Mr President, we in the Commission welcome today's debate on the means of seizing and confiscating the proceeds of crime.
SpanishEsta propuesta también debe ir acompañada de la posibilidad de incautar buques en toda la UE si existen motivos para sospechar que infringen la ley.
This must also be linked with the possibility of impounding ships in ports throughout the EU if there are grounds to suspect breaches of the law.