Meaning of impound
Pronunciation: (v.im-pound'n.im'pound), [key]
- to shut up in a pound or other enclosure, as a stray animal.
- to confine within an enclosure or within limits: water impounded in a reservoir.
- to seize and retain in custody of the law, as a document for evidence.
- money, property, etc., that has been impounded: a sale of impounds by the police department.
- impound (Thesaurus)