Translation of seizure in Spanish:


toma, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsiʒər/ /ˈsiːʒə/


  • 1

    • 1.1(of power)

      toma feminine
      • Force protection forces must flow in early to replace seizure of ground forces.
      • Peaceful reforms eventually began, but his movement was brought to a rude and abrupt stop by the military's seizure of power in 1962.
      • His seizure of power in 1969 was a ‘revolution’ rather than a coup d'état.
      • The parties are agitating against the king's seizure of executive powers after dismissing an elected prime minister in October 2002.
      • After the assassination of Julius Caesar and seizure of power by the Second Triumvirate, Brutus and Cassius were left commanding republican forces in the east.
      • The five key political parties called the 48-hour strike Tuesday to protest the king's seizure of executive powers.
      • He criticized the Bolsheviks' seizure of power in 1917 but was later reconciled with the regime.
      • A smaller wave of immigration accompanied Henry I's seizure and consolidation of power.
      • For four hundred years, science and technology have exploited their seizure of power over nature.
      • Prior to their seizure of power, the army leaders dismissed Hammond.
      • The seizure of power and the creation of alternative institutions became at once a possibility and a necessity.
      • He engineered the Bolshevik seizure of power in 1917 along with Lenin.

    • 1.2(capture)

      toma feminine

    • 1.3

      (of property) confiscación feminine
      (impoundment) embargo masculine
      (of cargo, contraband) confiscación feminine
      (of cargo, contraband) decomiso masculine
      (of arms, drugs) incautación feminine
      • Those who remained behind during the war protected the family property from seizure and confiscation.
      • The Coast Guard is allowed to perform search and seizure without warrants, and they sometimes do tear boats to shreds, looking for cocaine.
      • No documentation was given to me setting out the grounds for the search and seizure of my property which then followed.
      • It's the second-largest seizure of heroin this year.
      • In my view, this falls within the exception permitting warrantless seizure in exigent circumstances.
      • Municipalities could condemn an entire area if more than half of the properties within it are eligible for seizure.
      • The key to their capture of most of the world's economy is first their seizure of all outstanding oil properties in the world.
      • At present a strategic method of further seizure of their land and property is lucid and visible.
      • If real, it is believed the raids will be the biggest seizure of criminal assets in British legal history.
      • It will create powers of search and seizure without warrant for ephedrine and pseudoephedrine.
      • Neither direct nor indirect seizure is enough to claim it as property.
      • One man gains only at the expense of another, by seizure of the latter's property.
      • For years, the municipality warned that property seizures and tax auctions would follow.
      • Examples include the division of inherited property, the division of matrimonial estates, and in particular the seizure and sale of property in the course of execution.
      • The government has essentially placed the music industry in a siege, threatening the seizure of property without cooperation.
      • Seizures of property have fallen 98 percent during the same period.
      • She warned that police would use their power of seizure if they found under-age drinkers with alcohol brought from home.
      • The bill will also enable the police to use their powers of search and seizure to investigate immediately the sources of images discovered on the Internet.
      • It increases powers of investigation, powers of search, and powers of seizure.
      • There are many other ways of obtaining it, including conquest, seizure and tribute.

  • 2

    ataque masculine
    an epileptic seizure un ataque epiléptico
    • A Canadian court heard how an epileptic driver had a seizure while driving and killed a cyclist.
    • The more serious problems associated with its abuse included epileptic seizures or heart attacks.
    • If you have ever had a seizure or epilepsy, this may not be the best choice of medication for you.
    • What are the true risk factors for having an accident if you've had a history of epileptic seizures?
    • If you or someone you are with has an epileptic seizure and you are unsure about what you should do, phone for an ambulance immediately.
    • Overall about half the participants had a seizure during follow-up.
    • I know now he could have had a seizure in the water and I would have been totally unprepared for it.
    • We excluded provoked seizures, acute symptomatic seizures, and febrile convulsions.
    • It usually begins in late childhood and the affected child may also suffer from absence attacks or generalised seizures.
    • This can lead to convulsions, seizures and permanent brain damage in some.
    • If this is a simple febrile seizure, what is the likelihood of future febrile seizures, epilepsy, or brain damage?
    • The diagnosis of partial epileptic seizures is often challenging.
    • Neither carbamazepine nor phenytoin are effective in preventing recurrent febrile seizures.
    • The rigorous high-fat, low-carb diet used to treat epileptic seizures in children is probably safe in the short term.
    • Thus, this genome study is focused upon dogs exhibiting generalized epileptic seizures.
    • A febrile seizure is triggered by a high fever.
    • She has complex partial seizures as opposed to grand mal.
    • Children 12-18 months old are at greatest risk of having a febrile seizure.
    • Nine years later, he developed partial complex seizures that were extremely difficult to control.
    • The most dramatic clinical presentation is generalized convulsive seizures.