One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who is being held in custody awaiting trial for a crime.‘the constables guarding the undertrials were taken by surprise’
- ‘All prisoners are not criminals and many in prison are undertrials.’
- ‘The prisoners housed in this sub-jail are undertrials mainly serving time for distilling and selling illicit arrack.’
- ‘74 per cent of our total prisoners are undertrials.’
- ‘They do not disqualify an undertrial from contesting elections; it only bars a person in jail from voting.’
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