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patrol US English

A person or group of people sent to keep watch over an area, especially a detachment of guards or police

patrol car US English

A police car used used for patrolling the streets

border patrol US English

A patrol sent to keep watch over an area along a country’s border

patrol wagon US English

A police van for transporting prisoners

Border Patrol in border patrol US English

An agency within the US Department of Homeland Security responsible for preventing the entry of illegal aliens as well as terrorists and their weapons into the United States

patrol US Thesaurus

an all-night patrol to protect the witness

patrol English-Spanish

patrulla f, ronda f

patrol car in patrol English-Spanish

coche m patrulla, patrullero mRPl, auto

patrol wagon in patrol English-Spanish

furgón m policial, (coche, patrulla fCol, Méx

to be on patrol in patrol English-Spanish

estar* patrullando, estar* de patrulla

they were on foot patrol in patrol English-Spanish

estaban patrullando la zona a pie

neighborhood watch oAmE also patrol in neighborhood English-Spanish

vigilancia de una calle, barrio etc a cargo de sus propios habitantes

get down, there's an enemy patrol coming! in get English-Spanish

¡agáchate, se acerca una patrulla enemiga!

get down, there's an enemy patrol coming! in get down English-Spanish

¡agáchate, se acerca una patrulla enemiga!