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patrolverb [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 ​wholetown is patrolled by ​police because of the ​possibility of ​riots. A ​securityguard with a ​dog patrols the ​buildingsite at ​night. Coastguards ​found a ​desertedboat while patrolling (along) the ​coast.

patrolnoun

uk   /pəˈtrəʊl/  us   /-ˈtroʊl/
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patrolverb [I/T]

 us   /pəˈtroʊl/ (-ll-)
to go around an ​area or a ​building to ​check that it is ​free from ​trouble or ​danger: [T] Securityguards patrol the ​building at ​night.
(Definition of patrol from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “patrol”
en coreano 순찰…
en árabe دَوْرِيّة…
in Malaysian meronda…
en francés patrouiller…
en ruso патрулирование, патруль, дозор…
en chino (tradicionál) (尤指士兵或員警)巡邏,巡查…
en italiano perlustrazione…
en turco devriye, askerî devriye, devriye araçları…
en polaco patrol…
en español patrullar…
in Vietnamese tuần tra…
en portugués patrulha…
in Thai ตรวจตรา…
en alemán patroullieren…
en catalán patrulla…
en japonés パトロール, 巡回…
en chino (simplificado) (尤指士兵或警察)巡逻,巡查…
in Indonesian berpatroli…
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