Definition of 'patrol car'
Example sentences containing 'patrol car'
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The incident was captured on a camera fixed to the dashboard of the police patrol car. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Such dangerous driving can only be detected by the frequent reappearance of police patrol cars. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When she stopped at red lights, a police patrol car with two officers inside halted in a queue of traffic opposite. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A police patrol car drove away, rather than intervene. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Translations for 'patrol car'
British English: patrol car /pəˈtrəʊl kɑː/ NOUN
A patrol car is a police car used for patrolling streets and roads.
- American English: patrol car
- Arabic: سَيَّارَةُ الْدَورِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: carro patrulha
- Chinese: 巡逻车
- Croatian: ophodna kola
- Czech: policejní vůz
- Danish: patruljevogn
- Dutch: politiewagen
- European Spanish: coche patrulla
- Finnish: partioauto
- French: voiture de police
- German: Streifenwagen
- Greek: περιπολικό
- Italian: auto pattuglia
- Japanese: パトロールカー
- Korean: 순찰차
- Norwegian: patruljebil
- Polish: radiowóz patrolowy
- European Portuguese: carro patrulha
- Romanian: mașină de patrulare
- Russian: патрульная машина
- Spanish: carro-patrulla
- Swedish: polisbil
- Thai: รถลาดตระเวน
- Turkish: devriye arabası
- Ukrainian: патрульна машина
- Vietnamese: xe tuần tra
Definition of patrol car from the Collins English Dictionary
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