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patrol

verb [I/T]  us   /pəˈtroʊl/ (-ll-)
to go around an area or a building to check that it is free from trouble or danger: [T] Security guards patrol the building at night.
Translations of “patrol”
in Arabic دَوْرِيّة…
in Korean 순찰…
in Malaysian meronda…
in French patrouiller…
in Turkish devriye, askerî devriye, devriye araçları…
in Italian perlustrazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指士兵或員警)巡邏,巡查…
in Russian патрулирование, патруль, дозор…
in Polish patrol…
in Vietnamese tuần tra…
in Spanish patrullar…
in Portuguese patrulha…
in Thai ตรวจตรา…
in German patroullieren…
in Catalan patrulla…
in Japanese パトロール, 巡回…
in Indonesian berpatroli…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指士兵或警察)巡逻,巡查…
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