top-security

top-security

adj
having a very high level of precautions against escape or unwarranted entry
Translations

top-security

[ˌtɒpsɪˈkjʊərɪtɪ] ADJ [prison, hospital] → de alta seguridad, de máxima seguridad

top-security

[ˌtɒpsɪˈkjʊərɪtɪ] adj (Brit) → di massima sicurezza
References in periodicals archive ?
Top-security Belmarsh is regarded as one of the toughest Category A jails in Britain and houses more than 900 inmates.
Rare in Nature: Diamonds of the Canadian Arctic'' includes airfare for two to Yellowknife, the diamond capital of North America, luxurious accommodations, professional diamond cutting and polishing lessons, a private tour of top-security facilities where diamonds are crafted and certified, a personally engraved diamond pendant, plus a luxurious shawl made of super-duper special fiber.
Carr, 25, is being held in top-security Holloway Prison in London.
Huntley is being held in Rampton top-security mental hospital.
Following an intensified vaccination campaign and the successful worldwide eradication of the disease in the late 1970s, health officials prepared to destroy the last known stores of the virus--held in two top-security labs, one in the United States and the other in Russia.
Elaine Moore, 21, is being held in an all-male top-security jail outside London after she was arrested by police three weeks ago.
Appearing handcuffed in the Antelope Valley Courthouse's top-security courtroom, 37-year-old Steven Jones objected to the deputy public defender assigned as his attorney and said he wanted to represent himself and plead guilty.
He has been in the top-security Full Sutton Prison in Yorkshire for the past month.
Wright, 37, the LVF's founder, was killed in an ambush by the Irish National Liberation Army in the top-security Maze Prison in December last year.
IRA prisoners at a top-security jail are to get plush curtains in their cells after complaining that security lights keep them awake.