Definitions of "seize"
  1. An action that is used in relation to a decision or choice between two or more possibilities
  2. The act of gaining control or possession of something, typically property, by using an authorized power or force
  3. The process of temporarily restraining a person's freedom of movement, under which a reasonable person would believe that they are not allowed to leave
How to use "seize" in a sentence
  1. The police were ordered to seize the illegal goods found in the warehouse.
  2. Under the law, the government has the power to seize private property for public use.
  3. The officer's actions were considered as seize because a reasonable person would not feel free to leave in that situation.

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