remand - definition and synonyms

verb [transitive] [usually passive] legal 

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present tense
present participleremanding
past tenseremanded
past participleremanded
  1. to tell someone who has committed a crime to return to court for trial on a particular day
    be remanded in custody (=kept in prison until your trial):

    All five men were remanded in custody until Wednesday.

    be remanded on bail (=allowed to go home until your trial after someone promises to pay money):

    The defendant is remanded on bail until the trial begins.