Sinônimos de police
the men and women who are members of such a forceThe police have arrested twenty people following the disturbances.
the law (informal), , ,
the fuzz (slang),
The fuzz want to question you.
law enforcement agency,
boys in blue (informal, archaic),
the Old Bill (slang),
the rozzers (slang)
to maintain order or control by means of a police force or similar bodythe UN force whose job it is to police the border
Prison officers continued to patrol the grounds.
Sentries guarded the entrance to the building.
Owners can't watch their pets 24 hours a day.
He vowed to protect them.
He breathed deeply, trying to regulate the pound of his heartbeat.
keep the peace,
keep in order
the body which polices the investment management business
Officials had not been allowed to monitor the voting.
Check the accuracy of every detail in your CV.
Get a mechanic to check the car out for you before you buy it.
He studies and observes the behaviour of babies.
Get a surveyor to oversee and inspect the various stages of the work.
He supervised and trained more than 400 volunteers.
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in the sense of check
to examine, investigate, or make an inquiry intoCheck the accuracy of every detail in your CV.Get a mechanic to check the car out for you before you buy it.
in the sense of guard
to take precautionsSentries guarded the entrance to the building.
in the sense of observe
to watch (something) carefullyHe studies and observes the behaviour of babies.
check out (informal),
keep an eye on (informal),
pay attention to,
keep track of,
keep tabs on (informal),
keep under observation,
watch like a hawk,
take a dekko at (British, slang, old-fashioned)
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