- n.巡逻，巡查; 巡逻队，侦察队; 童子军小队;
- vt.& vi.巡逻，巡查;
- 复数: patrols;
- 第三人称单数: patrols;
- 过去式: patrolled;
- 过去分词: patrolled;
- 现在分词: patrolling;
Highway patrol officers closed the road.
Guards patrol the perimeter of the estate.
The army is now on patrol in Srinagar and a curfew has been imposed.
Dummy patrol cars will be set up beside motorways to frighten speeding motorists.
I think it's the thin end of the wedge when you have armed police permanently on patrol round a city.
Security forces remained on patrol until late into the night.
He saw the flashing lights of the highway patrol car in his driving mirror.
A police patrol car was parked in the forecourt of the petrol station.
He failed to return from a patrol.
He hurried through the rain, to the patrol car.
The team police get to know the people in their patrol areas better than cops who must cover a larger beat.
They'll probably scrape the paint off and make it look like a regular patrol car.
The men apparently opened fire after they were challenged by a patrol.
There were patrol cars on the streets and riot police standing by in reserve.
I ask the mounted patrol to keep their eyes open.
The biggest man in the patrol, a giant of a man, lifted Mattie on to his shoulders.
The bomb went off as a police patrol went by.
Two policemen were killed when gunmen opened fire on their patrol vehicle.
Troops would patrol major roads to ensure that traffic flows freely throughout the country.
Guerrillas attacked a patrol with hand grenades.
They attacked two soldiers on patrol.
The scouts paired off and began to patrol the area.
A patrol was sent on reconnaissance.
The patrol have [ has ] reported that all is quiet.
Policemen patrol the streets.
They made hourly patrol of the area.
The ceiling was so low that the patrol was flown contact.
According to the patrol request, to patrol each time 6 hours.
T ( esp of a policeman ) regularly patrol an allotted district on foot.
尤指警察 ) 在辖区作例行徒步巡逻.
It Includes third party insurance, but it's not include value-added tax, patrol or CDW.
1. a detachment used for security or reconnaissance
2. the activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes
3. a group that goes through a region at regular intervals for the purpose of security
1. maintain the security of by carrying out a control