masculine noun
1. (castle cell) 
a. dungeon 
Encerraron a los traidores en el calabozo del castillo.The traitors were locked up in the castle dungeon.
2. (prison) 
a. jail 
El asesino pasará el resto de su vida en el calabozo.The murderer will spend the rest of his life in jail.
3. (prisoner accommodation) 
a. cell 
Durante una semana en los años 90, mi hermano compartió el calabazo con Carrasco.For a week in the 90s, my brother shared a cell with Carrasco.
b. cells 
El joven detenido llamó a su abogado antes de que lo llevaran al calabozo.The young man who'd been arrested called his lawyer before being taken to the cells.
4. (military) 
a. guardroom 
Los policías militares detuvieron al soldado y lo llevaron al calabozo.The military police arrested the soldier and took him to the guardroom.
1. (general) 
a. cell 
(prisión) prison; (celda) prison cell; (Mil) military prison; especialmente (Hist) dungeon;
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