In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(act)patrulla feminineronda feminineto be on patrol — estar patrullando
- they were on foot patrol — estaban patrullando la zona a pie
- before noun patrol boat — lancha patrullera
- There is now 24 hour surveillance and uniformed wardens on patrol which has improved the situation somewhat.
- The school has decided to put more teachers on patrol at break time to watch the children.
- It is understood a beach party was in full swing at the time and gardaí were on patrol in the area.
- Armed officers have been deployed on patrol to protect the community and their unarmed colleagues.
- Officers on patrol just happened to be passing and made the arrest.
- On August 31, two U.S. solders were killed and a third wounded in the same area while on patrol.
- Plainclothes and uniformed officers will be on patrol to prevent would-be troublemakers boarding flights.
- While on patrol, we continued to conduct random checks of these locations as well as provide equipment and salaries for the guards.
- When not on patrol, resting or at the range, crews can be found cleaning, fitting, adjusting and testing the systems integral to these platforms.
- I did my best to try to reassure him that it was highly unlikely that he would suffer another attack the next time he went out on patrol.
- Six months after that, he was on patrol when another sniper opened up.
- Imagine you are a sergeant taking a platoon of soldiers on patrol through rugged northern Australia.
- 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.
- Heavily armed police and sniffer dogs were on patrol.
- 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.
- The five men were detained Sunday after military officers on patrol found traces of blood leading to their houses, he said.
- The policeman on patrol is primarily a ‘peace officer’ rather than a ‘law officer’.
- The shift inspectors whose officers I had observed on patrol over many months offered either to escort me personally or provide a constable for the purpose.
- All our crew knew was that someone had been shot in the face while on patrol.
- If we try to do so, we cannot provide the commander with the quality of intelligence that we, as a community, owe to both him and the soldiers on patrol.
1.2(group) patrulla feminine(person) patrulla masculine
- Also, many small patrols shall have been sent out over the previous weeks.
- Finding nothing, patrols were sent out to expand the search area.
- New Malden's safer neighbourhood team will deploy extra patrols to the area following the incident.
- In this manner he watched two patrols walk under him, completely unaware of his presence.
- Well, she went out walking alone one night and she ran into a patrol of guards.
- Extra police patrols were also sent out adding thousands to the wages bill.
- But a couple of years ago, a police dog patrol was sent out to bring in a mentally disturbed person from a forest.
- I was so absorbed in my thoughts that suddenly I walked straight into a patrol guard coming back from the chase.
- The bureau confirmed their suspicions when it sent patrols into the countryside to round up deserters and men subject to conscription.
- 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.
- So, if they haven't indicted him, they're not sending out search patrols for him?
- They are also offering to send out rubbish patrols after closing to pick up bottles, flyers and food wrappings in the immediate vicinity of the premises.
- It meant extra patrols had to be sent out and police stations kept open 24 hours a day.
- More police foot patrols will be sent on to the streets at pub chucking-out time in a bid to cut violent crime.
- They are conducting door to door inquiries and have doubled high visibility night time police patrols in the area to reassure worried residents.
- We asked the ski patrols to send us their accident report forms every two or three weeks.
- We need more police patrols in the area to stop this vandalism and I think the police are doing this.
- We sent three patrols to escort the fire brigade which ties up our resources if a more serious incident takes place at the other end of town.
2(in Scouts)patrulla feminine
- Boys around the UK read ‘Scouting for Boys’ and spontaneously started to form scout patrols.
transitive verbpatrolled, patrolling
- Two villagers who took care of him said he hid in a closet when the police patrolled the area.
- Generic tasks will include curfew checks and patrolling trouble spot areas.
- The estate is patrolled by ex-soldiers who are helping to restore law and order.
- Extra police officers are now patrolling the streets to combat the thieves.
- The area is patrolled regularly by both the divisional traffic unit and the district detective branch.
- The two men parked a block down the street and they took turns patrolling the area.
- Police patrolled the area along the beachfront with other bomb detection devices.
- Police patrolled the streets and arrested about 10 vendors who were selling fireworks.
- All sites are regularly patrolled by the litter wardens and illegal dumping will not be tolerated.
- The cemetery gates are locked and the cemetery is patrolled regularly.
- Unformed officers patrolled areas around the town centre where people often parked cars for the whole day while at work.
- At least a dozen police officers, some of them mounted, were patrolling the venue and its surrounding area.
- All incidents are being logged by residents, and the crime and disorder team have been patrolling the area.
- The conservation area would be patrolled by rangers recruited from local communities.
- Soldiers had set up posts near the village and regularly patrolled it.
- Green-uniformed riot police patrolled the streets or sat in parked trucks.
- Mounted police and dog handlers patrolled the streets and a large number of officers in riot gear were deployed outside the station.
- Two police officers patrolling the lot walked by a motor vehicle with two front seat occupants.
- Police spent most of Friday night patrolling the area in the hope of finding the getaway car.
- They had forgotten that the night security officer patrolled the area until midnight.
intransitive verbpatrolled, patrolling
1patrullarestar de patrulla
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