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parole noun

ADJ. early

VERB + PAROLE be on | give sb, grant sb | get She's got (her) parole. | let sb out on, release sb on She was released on parole after serving just half of her sentence. | break He broke (his) parole. | be eligible for, be/come up for Her case comes up for parole in September.

PAROLE + NOUN board, system

PREP. on ~ He committed a burglary while on parole. | with ~ With parole, he could be out in two years. | without ~ sentenced to life imprisonment without parole