patrouillieren, überwachen, abgehenPatrouille, Streife, Runde
Noun(1) a detachment used for security or reconnaissance(2) the activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes(3) a group that goes through a region at regular intervals for the purpose of security
Verb(1) maintain the security of by carrying out a patrol
(1) a police patrol stopped the man and searched him(2) He next turns up at 4 am when a Garda patrol stops him in the town centre and ask him his date of birth which he gives before they send him on his way.(3) the garrison had to patrol the streets to maintain order(4) we were ordered to investigate on a night patrol(5) Officers on patrol just happened to be passing and made the arrest.(6) Well, she went out walking alone one night and she ran into a patrol of guards.(7) Heavily armed police and sniffer dogs were on patrol .(8) We have not objected to any of the applications and we are not planning to have any extra bobbies on patrol for the rugby games.(9) But a couple of years ago, a police dog patrol was sent out to bring in a mentally disturbed person from a forest.(10) Six months after that, he was on patrol when another sniper opened up.(11) The policeman on patrol is primarily a ├ö├ç├┐peace officer├ö├ç├û rather than a ├ö├ç├┐law officer├ö├ç├û.(12) While on patrol , we continued to conduct random checks of these locations as well as provide equipment and salaries for the guards.(13) It is understood a beach party was in full swing at the time and gardaÔö£┬í were on patrol in the area.(14) The five men were detained Sunday after military officers on patrol found traces of blood leading to their houses, he said.(15) The force is offering people the chance to accompany their local constable on patrol to see what it is really like at the cutting edge of crime-fighting.(16) I was so absorbed in my thoughts that suddenly I walked straight into a patrol guard coming back from the chase.
(1) patrol car :: Streifenwagen
1. vigil ::
2. guard ::
3. watch ::
8. guard ::
10. police ::
14. defend ::
15. safeguard ::
Different Formspatrol, patrolling, patrols
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