Impound | Definition of Impound by Merriam-Webster
Definition of impound for Students. impounded; impounding. :to shut up in or as if in an enclosed place. impound cattle.
Impound | Define Impound at Dictionary.com
Impound definition, to shut up in a pound or other enclosure, as a stray animal.
Vehicle impoundment - Wikipedia
Vehicle impoundment is the legal process of placing a vehicle into an impoundment lot, which is a holding place for cars until they are placed back in the control of the owner, recycled for their metal, stripped of their parts at a wrecking yard or auctioned off for the benefit of the impounding agency.
impound Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
impound definition, meaning, what is impound: If the police impound something
that belongs to you, they take it away because you have…. Learn more.
impound - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
To impound something is to legally take it away from its owner. The police might
impound your car if you were parked in front of a fire hydrant.
Impound - definition of impound by The Free Dictionary
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impound - Wiktionary
to impound stray cattle; to impound a document for safe keeping. (transitive, law,
banking) To collect and hold (funds) for payment of property taxes and...
Impound - Investopedia
Impound accounts are often required of borrowers who put down less than 20%,
but are usually optional in other cases. The purpose of the impound account is...