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Definition of remand verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[usually passive] remand somebody (+ adv./prep.)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they remand
he / she / it remands
past simple remanded
-ing form remanding
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to send someone away from a court to wait for their trial that will take place at a later date The two men were charged with burglary and remanded in custody (= sent to prison until their trial). She was remanded on bail (= allowed to go free until the trial after leaving a sum of money with the court).
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