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noun [uncountable] legal remand pronunciation in British English /rɪˈmɑːnd/
  1. the period of time that someone accused of a crime waits for their trial
    on remand:

    He was on remand when he committed suicide.

    young men on remand for drug-related offences

    1. a.
      [only before noun] relating to someone who is on remand, or to the process of being on remand

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