Definition of "impound"
  1. The act of police or courts taking possession of personal goods, which may be returned or seized by the state tied to the outcome of a legal proceeding
How to use "impound" in a sentence
  1. After the arrest, the police had to impound the suspect's vehicle.
  2. The court ordered to impound the assets related to the fraudulent scheme.
  3. Due to a series of parking violations, her car was impounded.

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