Definition of 'police station'
Example sentences containing 'police station'
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She was called to the police station the next morning. The Sun (2013)Others were handed in to a police station after being found by members of the public. The Sun (2008)She phoned a taxi and the driver took her to the local police station. The Sun (2015)Residents said that the insurgents had besieged a police station where army troops were based. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The police took him to the police station and immediately called the police surgeon who then contacted the duty psychiatrist. Know Your Own Mind (1991)I investigated and found that the police station interpreter had made mistakes in the interview that affected the integrity of admissions made by my client. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'police station'
British English: police station /pəˈliːs ˈsteɪʃən/ NOUN
A police station is the local office of a police force in a particular area.
Two police officers arrested him and took him to the police station.
- American English: police station
- Arabic: قِسْمُ شُرْطَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: delegacia
- Chinese: 警察局
- Croatian: policijska stanica
- Czech: policejní stanice
- Danish: politistation
- Dutch: politiebureau
- European Spanish: comisaría de policía
- Finnish: poliisiasema
- French: commissariat
- German: Polizeiwache
- Greek: αστυνομικό τμήμα
- Italian: commissariato
- Japanese: 警察署
- Korean: 경찰서
- Norwegian: politistasjon
- Polish: posterunek policji
- European Portuguese: esquadra da polícia
- Romanian: secție de poliție
- Russian: полицейский участок
- Spanish: comisaría de policía
- Swedish: polisstation
- Thai: สถานีตำรวจ
- Turkish: polis istasyonu
- Ukrainian: поліцейський відділок
- Vietnamese: đồn cảnh sát
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