Translation of arbitrarily in Spanish:


arbitrariamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˌɑrbəˈtrɛrəli/ /ɑːbɪˈtrɛrəli/ /ˈɑːbɪtrəli/


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    • The rules of due process were designed to ensure that the government cannot arbitrarily imprison innocent people.
    • Regulations issued by the Imperial Army spelled out procedures intended to ensure that prisoners weren't punished arbitrarily.
    • In particular, no one may be arbitrarily arrested and detained.
    • It states that no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.
    • The cases were arbitrarily submitted to procedures.
    • He was arbitrarily arrested by local police allegedly without a warrant and in violation of his rights.
    • There was no evidence that the police acted in bad faith or arbitrarily when issuing those orders.
    • There is no authority to detain arbitrarily.
    • They resolved that the king's bench had acted arbitrarily and illegally.
    • It was argued that the courts arbitrarily rejected their compensation claim by applying a stricter standard of proof than to past compensation claims.