In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1US(policeman)policía masculineguardia masculine
- This way, if a call was made by a patrolman and a patrol wagon was sent, the officers aboard the wagon were able to listen for the ringing alarm.
- So she borrowed a highway patrolman's radar gun.
- The largest remaining problem was with the method used by the station to contact the patrolman, whether he was on a car or on foot.
- He dismissed well-trained officers from the police, appointing former bodyguards or even patrolmen in their stead to head up the force.
- A patrolman should do duty in his home precinct, one said, ‘because he is more familiar with conditions’.
- PPOs themselves were recruited from the ranks of patrolmen.
- Why is a police surveillance camera on a public street any more intrusive than a patrolman stationed on the corner?
- These tests nearly mirror those given by highway patrolmen to suspected drunk drivers during roadside stops.
- Obscure precincts continued to need a full complement of patrolmen.
- Finally, a retired highway patrolman monitoring a police scanner slowed the suspect by using his car to block the suspect on a small residential road.
- Police radioed other patrolmen in the area to set up a road block.
- Instead of arriving at the central police station, the patrolman pulled into a satellite station.
- A few years later, the NYPD instituted the ‘mutual transfer,’ in which two patrolmen simply switched precincts.
- It got so bad that 12 patrolmen and two police dogs were kept on duty outside the home for several days.
- Again, we're expecting an additional 80 highway patrolmen in here.
- But police say a sharp-eyed patrolman helped prevent a much larger tragedy there.
- Concerned for both her safety, and that of other road users, the patrolman then called police.
- In January 1969 he joined the Washington Metropolitan Police Department as a patrolman.
- Others have referred to them as undocumented border patrolmen.
- He could already hear the sounds of patrolmen, calling out over the stretch of nothingness, flashing their lights every which way.
2British(from motoring organization)mecánico masculine
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