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patrol

verb [I or T] uk   /pəˈtrəʊl/  us   /-ˈtroʊl/ (-ll-)
(especially of soldiers or the police) to go around an area or a building to see if there is any trouble or danger: The whole town is patrolled by police because of the possibility of riots. A security guard with a dog patrols the building site at night. Coastguards found a deserted boat while patrolling (along) the coast.

patrol

noun uk   /pəˈtrəʊl/  us   /-ˈtroʊl/

patrol noun (CHECKING)

[C or U] the act of checking that there is no trouble or danger in a building or area: a highway patrol Three reconnaissance aircraft are permanently on patrol.

patrol noun (GROUP)

[C, + sing/pl verb] a small group of soldiers or military ships, aircraft, or vehicles, especially one that patrols an area: Our forward patrol has/have spotted the enemy.
Traducciones de “patrol”
en árabe دَوْرِيّة…
en coreano 순찰…
in Malaysian meronda…
en francés patrouiller…
en turco devriye, askerî devriye, devriye araçları…
en italiano perlustrazione…
en chino (tradicionál) (尤指士兵或員警)巡邏,巡查…
en ruso патрулирование, патруль, дозор…
en polaco patrol…
in Vietnamese tuần tra…
en español patrullar…
en portugués patrulha…
in Thai ตรวจตรา…
en alemán patroullieren…
en catalán patrulla…
en japonés パトロール, 巡回…
in Indonesian berpatroli…
en chino (simplificado) (尤指士兵或警察)巡逻,巡查…
(Definition of patrol from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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