Police work

Croatian translation: further arrested

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English term or phrase:proširenje optužnice
Croatian translation:further arrested
Entered by: John Farebrother

06:22 Oct 4, 2020
English to Croatian translations [PRO]
Law (general) / Further arrested
English term or phrase: Police work
A spokesman for the Bristol police made the announcement that the man and woman who had been arrested two days ago on suspicion of her kidnap, had now been further arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Dakle, kad je osoba već uhićena zbog jednog kaznenog djela, može biti ponovo uhićena ukoliko se pojave elemente koji upućuju na to da je izvršila neko drugo kazneno djelo.
John Farebrother
United Kingdom
further arrested
Explanation:
I found the example you are quoting on the following site. Was it meant for the illustration of what you need in your translation?
The idea of "being arrested" contains a notion of final state (although the person can be released dependeing on the circumstances). It is like when you have passed an exam. Can you pass it "further" to make it stronger!!??
"Uhićenje " u sebi sadrži pojam konačnosti, kao npr. položen ispit. Ne možete dodatno položiti ispit nakon što ste ga već položili.
Na hrvatskom takav slučaj može dobiti "proširenje optužnice", a ne "dodatno uhićenje".
This would be my humble opinion.


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Note added at 1 day 14 hrs (2020-10-05 20:55:16 GMT) Post-grading
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An even better example is if you fail an exam. Can you fail it further?

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Note added at 1 day 15 hrs (2020-10-05 21:54:31 GMT) Post-grading
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An even better example would be if you fail an exam.Can you fail it again?
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Emil Šprljan
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Local time: 04:59
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police work
further arrested


Explanation:
I found the example you are quoting on the following site. Was it meant for the illustration of what you need in your translation?
The idea of "being arrested" contains a notion of final state (although the person can be released dependeing on the circumstances). It is like when you have passed an exam. Can you pass it "further" to make it stronger!!??
"Uhićenje " u sebi sadrži pojam konačnosti, kao npr. položen ispit. Ne možete dodatno položiti ispit nakon što ste ga već položili.
Na hrvatskom takav slučaj može dobiti "proširenje optužnice", a ne "dodatno uhićenje".
This would be my humble opinion.


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Note added at 1 day 14 hrs (2020-10-05 20:55:16 GMT) Post-grading
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An even better example is if you fail an exam. Can you fail it further?

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Note added at 1 day 15 hrs (2020-10-05 21:54:31 GMT) Post-grading
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An even better example would be if you fail an exam.Can you fail it again?


    Reference: http://https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/231395/ca...
Emil Šprljan
Croatia
Local time: 04:59
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