Hindi translation of 'patrol'
Word forms: patrols, patrolling, patrolled
2. countable noun
1. transitive verb, variable noun
When soldiers, police, or guards patrol an area or building, or when they are doing a patrol of it or are on patrol, they move around it in order to make sure that there is no trouble.गश्त लगाना/गश्त nf
100 police were on patrol.
2. countable noun
A patrol is a group of soldiers or vehicles that are patrolling an area.गश्ती सैनिक mnगश्ती वाहन mn
A nail bomb was thrown at an army patrol.
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Example Sentences Including 'patrol'
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The combat air patrols are still required.ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)
We were actively patrolling throughout our area and seemed to be well respected by all sides.Broken Lives (1993)
These images highlight the dangers that police officers face day in and day out while patrolling the streets.The Sun (2016)
Security guards patrol the empty building around the clock.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
After two days the patrol returned to the tree.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Concrete blocks were placed around the Berlin site and extra police were put on patrol in the area.The Sun (2016)
Extra British military police patrols had been put on duty over the weekend in case of trouble.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Five security staff regularly patrolled the dancefloor.The Sun (2016)
In Wellington hundreds of people went on to the streets as building alarms sounded and fire trucks and police cars patrolled the capital.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Local officers will be patrolling the area to speak to anyone who has concerns, police said.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Military units were patrolling the streets to enforce the curfew.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
More cops would patrol streets at night.The Sun (2010)
Officers on a routine patrol spotted three males running away from the scene.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Police must patrol the streets of filling in forms.The Sun (2008)
Police said that extra street patrols had been deployed.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Police spotted the vehicle during a routine patrol and a check found it had been nicked.The Sun (2009)
Soldiers returning from patrols in scorching heat have to wait their turn to get a shower.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Some patrol bases are frequently under small arms attack for eight hours at a time.The Sun (2012)
Targets included police patrols and tourist areas.The Sun (2006)
The air force promised regular combat readiness patrols.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The key man in each patrol group had a store of explosives and weaponry hidden away and only he knew where it was.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The mayor has also introduced regular police patrols and CCTV.The Sun (2013)
The men had just returned from patrol and removed their helmets and body armour.The Sun (2011)
There were also improvised explosive devices targeting police patrols.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
They are rarely actually patrolling their neighbourhoods.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They are urgently searching for the suspect and have increased patrols in the area.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Three civilians were wounded when a roadside bomb hit a police patrol in the city centre.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Today the patrol bases that coalition troops fought so hard to establish have largely been abandoned.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Two police patrol officers in west Chicago found him wandering in the street on Tuesday and took him to hospital.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Vice squads patrol the streets enforcing the law.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
While most soldiers were tucking in, others were out on regular patrols.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Yesterday two security guards were patrolling the property.The Sun (2016)
The British policing model of regular patrol in uniform in small areas has important benefits.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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'patrol' in Other Languages
British English: patrol /pəˈtrəʊl/ NOUN
Patrol is the action of moving round an area or building in order to make sure that there is no trouble there.
He failed to return from a patrol.
- American English: patrol
- Arabic: دَوْرِيَّةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: patrulha
- Chinese: 巡逻
- Croatian: ophodnja
- Czech: hlídka
- Danish: patrulje
- Dutch: patrouille
- European Spanish: patrulla
- Finnish: partio poliisi- tai sotilas-
- French: patrouille
- German: Streife
- Greek: περίπολος
- Italian: pattuglia
- Japanese: パトロール
- Korean: 순찰
- Norwegian: patrulje
- Polish: patrol
- European Portuguese: patrulha
- Romanian: patrulare
- Russian: патруль
- Spanish: patrulla
- Swedish: patrull
- Thai: การลาดตระเวน
- Turkish: devriye
- Ukrainian: патруль
- Vietnamese: việc đi tuần tra
British English: patrol VERB
When soldiers, police, or guards patrol an area or building, they move around it in order to make sure that there is no trouble there.
Prison officers continued to patrol the grounds within the jail.
Translation of patrol from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary