police

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الإنجليزية - التركية
polis

Polis, neredeyse bir aydır çalınan eşyaları arıyor. - The police have been searching for the stolen goods for almost a month.

O bir polis memuru oldu. - He became a police officer.

polisler

Tom polislerin onu tutuklamak isteyebileceğinden korkuyordu. - Tom was afraid that the police might want to arrest him.

Polisler katili yakaladı. - The police have caught the murderer.

kontrol etmek
sakçı denetiminde bulundurmak
sakçılar
denetlemek
sakçı örgütü
{i} inzibat
polis kuvvetiyle güvenliği sağlamak
i., çoğ. polisler, polis memurları. f
{f} kontrol altında tutmak
(Askeri) TEMİZLİK NÖBETÇİSİ: Bir bölge, bina veya malzemeyi temiz ve derli toplu bulundurmakla görevlendirmiş kimse
{f} garnizonu temiz tutmak
garnizonun temizlik durumu
{i} güvenliği sağlama
{f} polislerle güvenliği sağlamak
inzibat memurları
inzibat kuvveti
polis idaresi
polis vasıtasıyla düzeni sağlamak
{i} nöbet

Polis o gün nöbetçiydi. - The policeman was on duty on that day.

polis tayin etmak
emniyet amirliği dairesi
{f} yönetmek
emniyet

Polis rehineleri emniyete götürdü. - The police took the hostages to safety.

Gözaltına alınanların altısı İzmir Emniyet Müdürlüğü'nde ifadeleri alındıktan sonra serbest bırakıldı. - Six of those detained were released after being interrogated at the İzmir Police Department.

polis örgütü
polisn
zabıta
güvenliği sağlamak
police officer
polis memuru

Bir polis memuru onunla konuşuyor. - A police officer is talking to her.

Polis memuru düdüğünü çaldı. - The police officer blew his whistle.

police station
karakol

O ona polis karakoluna gitmesini tavsiye etti. - She advised him to go to the police station.

En yakın karakol nerede? - Where is the nearest police station?

police department
emniyet müdürlüğü
police headquarters
emniyet müdürlüğü
police record
adli sicil
police academy
polis akademisi
police action
polis işi
police blotter
karakol kayıt defteri
police captain
polis şefi
police car
polis arabası
police college
sakçı koleji
police commissioner
komiser
police court
sulh mahkemesi
police department
polis karakolu
police detective
detektif
police headquarters
polis karargahı
police lieutenant
polis yüzbaşısı
police office
karakol
police officer
sakçı memuru
police state
sakçı devleti
police station
polis merkezi

Sami polis merkezindeydi. - Sami was at the police station.

police academy
polis koleji
police chase.
polis kovalıyor
police dog
polis köpeği
police investigation
polis araştırması
police outfit
polis kıyafeti
police sergeant
polis çavuşu
police station
Polis karakolu

Tom bir kaza raporunu dosyalamak için polis karakoluna gitti. - Tom went to the police station to file an accident report.

Polis karakoluna gitmek zorundayım. - I have to go to the police station.

police and the press
polis ve basın
police barrier
güvenlik engeli
police commissioner
komiser, polis komiseri
police dog
alman kurt köpeği
police ethics
polis ahlakı
police force
polis (kuruluş)
police force
polis gücü

Kurumsallaşmış ırkçılık polis gücü içinde önemli bir sorun. - Institutionalised racism is a significant problem within the police force.

police force
güvenlik kuvvetleri
police harassment
(Kanun) polis zorbalığı
police in literature
edebiyatta polis
police incident
(Kanun) polis vakası
police intelligence agency
emniyet istihbarat dairesi
police intelligence bureau
emniyet istihbarat dairesi
police magistrate
polis mahkemesi hakimi
police misconduct
polis kötü muamelesi
police officer
(Askeri) TEMİZLİK SUBAYI: Bir ordugah mevkii veya garnizonu temiz ve derli toplu tutmak üzere komutan tarafından görevlendirilmiş subay,. Bu terimi, askeri inzibat subayı anlamına gelen (military police officer) ile karıştırmamalıdır
police officers
polisler
police protection
polis koruması
police psychology
polis psikolojisi
police record
polis kaydı
police record
fiş
police report
zabıt (trafik kazası)
police search
arama tarama
police search
polis çevirmesi
police sergeant
(Askeri) polis komiser muavini
police sketch
robot resim
police special operations team
(Politika, Siyaset) polis özel harekat timi
police spy
polis ajanı
police squad
polis müfrezesi
police station
emniyet
police stop
polis çevirmesi
police supervision
gözaltına alma
police training
polis eğitimi
police trap
sürat kontrolü bölgesi
police vehicle
(Otomotiv) polis aracı
police vice department
(Kanun) ahlak kumar büro amirliği
police war
polis savaşı
city police
(Kanun) zabıta
justice police
adli polis
military police
(Askeri) jandarma
military police
inzibat
police officer
polis

Bir polis memuru onunla konuşuyor. - A police officer is talking to her.

Polis memurları mavi üniforma giyer. - Police officers wear blue uniforms.

police station
kulluk
policing
polis faaliyetleri
policing
polislik
the police
polis memurları
traffic police
trafik polisi
german police dog
alman polis köpeği
justice police
adli sakçı
military police
askeri inzibat
mounted police
atlı sakçı
municipal police
belediye zabıtası
riot police
toplum sakçısı
secret police
gizli polis
traffic police
yol sakçısı
under police supervision
sakçı nezaretinde
a police officer
Bir polis memuru
be wanted by the police
polis tarafından aranmak
copper, police officer (derogatory)
bakır, polis memuru (aşağılayıcı)
copper, police officer (slang)
bakır, polis memuru (argo)
frontier police
sınır polisi
kitchen police
mutfak polis
metropolis police
metropol polisi
riot police
(Polis) Çevik kuvvet
the police
polis
thought police
düşünce polis
the police
polis (kuruluş)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An organisation granted the legal authority to enforce the law. See usage note
To enforce the law and keep order among (a group)

Extra security was hired to police the crowd at the big game.

Members of the police force
A police officer
To patrol an area

Fire off several rounds in a residential building and stop to police the brass?.

{n} the government of a city or place
An agency that maintains order, prevents and detects crime, and enforces the law
The cleaning of a camp or garrison, or the state &?; a camp as to cleanliness
The organized body of civil officers in a city, town, or district, whose particular duties are the preservation of good order, the prevention and detection of crime, and the enforcement of the laws
(employment category) All personnel -- whether military, paramilitary or civilian -- that exercise police functions, including corps like Gendarmerie and Carabinieri
To keep in order by police
n An armed force for protection and participation
To patrol or clean an area
To make clean; as, to police a camp
maintain the security of by carrying out a control
{i} civil service unit devoted to maintaining law and order; constables, officers of the law
Police are men and women who are members of the official organization that is responsible for making sure that people obey the (Hukuk) More than one hundred police have ringed the area
If a person or group in authority polices a law or an area of public life, they make sure that what is done is fair and legal. Imro, the self-regulatory body that polices the investment management business. + policing po·lic·ing Policing of business courses varies widely. Body of agents organized to maintain civil order and public safety, enforce the law, and investigate crime. Characteristics common to most police forces include a quasi-military organization, a uniformed patrol and traffic-control force, plainclothes divisions for criminal investigations, and a set of enforcement priorities that reflects the community's way of life. Administration may be centralized at the national level downward, or decentralized, with local police forces largely autonomous. Recruits usually receive specialized training and take an exam. The modern metropolitan police force began with Sir Robert Peel in Britain 1829. Secret police are often separate, clandestine organizations established by national governments to maintain political and social orthodoxy, which typically operate with little or no restraint. International Criminal Police Organization Boston Police Strike police power Royal Canadian Mounted Police secret police
That which concerns the order of the community; the internal regulation of a state
An organisation granted authority to enforce the law
and for the enforcement of the laws and prevention of crime; the administration of the laws and regulations of a city, incorporated town, or borough
A judicial and executive system, for the government of a city, town, or district, for the preservation of rights, order, cleanliness, health, etc
Individuals who are state certified and derive law enforcement authority from statutes and ordinances Generally employed by governments to serve the public Police have arrest powers and are considered "sworn personnel "
the force of policemen and officers; "the law came looking for him"
the force of policemen and officers; "the law came looking for him
Military police, the body of soldiers detailed to preserve civil order and attend to sanitary arrangements in a camp or garrison
member of the Queensland Police Services
If the police or military forces police an area or event, they make sure that law and order is preserved in that area or at that event. the tiny UN observer force whose job it is to police the border The march was heavily policed. see also secret police + policing po·lic·ing the policing of public places. see also community policing
The Bonfire Societies have a tense relationship with the Police on Bonfire Night In years gone by, arrests of Bonfire Boys were not uncommon, and there have been several attempts by the authorities to stop the celebrations altogether Even now there is often criticism of perceived heavy-handedness, and the large number of officers, especially those brought in for the evening from outside Lewes, generates particular resentment The Force, however, maintains that its strong presence is necessary to keep public order It is looking at ways to use modern technology to lower its profile
{f} keep watch, guard, supervise; patrol, maintain law and order
The police are the official organization that is responsible for making sure that people obey the (Hukuk) The police are also looking for a second car Police say they have arrested twenty people following the disturbances I noticed a police car shadowing us
Typically an object P is implemented by holding authority that it does not yield to its clients Most of these are capabilities to private parts of P Sometimes P holds a capability to some shared object that is not private to P P may be responsible for limiting the use of the shared object I call this a police function This policy may be to limit what the P's client can learn from the shared object, or to limit what the client can do to the shared object Often both Sometimes the sole function of P is to attenuate the authority over the shared object This might be called a front end
police baton
a night stick
police beat
A small police station, with a limited range of facilities, located in an officer's residence or in a shopping centre
police blotter
A register, maintained by the desk sergeant, of people arrested or brought in for questioning to a police station
police box
local police station
police box
a telephone kiosk where members of the public may telephone the police; a few original boxes still exist in Britain, but they do not operate. Currently, the city of Glasgow (Scotland) has new police boxes, which are not booths but computerised kiosks, that connect the caller to a police CCTV control room operator
police car
A vehicle used by a police officer during their job
police car blue
an intense blue commonly used on emergency vehicles

police car blue colour:.

police car blue
of an intense blue commonly used on emergency vehicles
police chief
The head or leader of a police department or constabulary of a local government
police department
police force
police dog
A canine trained and employed by the police to pursue suspects or sniff out contraband
police dogs
plural form of police dog
police force
Any police organization; a constabulary

He joined the police force a long time ago, when he lived in Virginia.

police forces
plural form of police force
police line
A line of police officers standing guard
police line
A line, often marked with yellow tape, demarcating a crime or accident scene and which bystanders are not supposed to cross
police officers
plural form of police officer
police power
The inherent power, incident to sovereignty, of a state to regulate and exercise reasonable control over matters of public health, public morals, public safety, and in general, all things relating to the general welfare
police powers
plural form of police power
police procedural
a sub-genre of crime fiction which portrays the activities of a police force as they investigate crimes. Unlike other types of crime fiction, the perpetrator may be known at the outset of the story
police service
police force
police state
A nation or state whose government exercises strict and repressive control of the people, by means of police
police states
plural form of police state
police station
A building serving as the headquarters of a branch of the police force
Police Academy
institute where police trainees are instructed
Police Minister
government secretary which is in charge of a nation's civil service forces
police academy
an academy for training police officers
police action
a local military action without declaration of war; against violators of international peace and order
police action
A localized military action undertaken without a formal declaration of war
police arrived on the scene
police got to the location, police arrived at the place
police blotter
the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station
police boat
a boat used by harbor police
police bomb-disposal expert
police officer that is an expert at disabling bombs and other explosives
police brass
police forces, squads of police officers
police cadet
student in a police academy
police captain
a policeman in charge of a precinct
police chase
operation whereby the police run or drive after fugitives or someone fleeing the scene of a crime
police chief
a policeman in charge of a precinct
police commander
senior position on the police force
police commissioner
a civil commissioner appointed to supervise the duties and discipline of the police
police constable
A police constable is a policeman or policewoman of the lowest rank. A police constable is handling all inquiries. Police Constable David Casey. PC a police officer of the lowest rank
police court
court for misdemeanors, court that conducts trials for minor offenses
police court
An inferior court having the power to prosecute minor criminal offenses and to hold for trial persons charged with more serious offenses
police court
a court that has power to prosecute for minor offenses and to bind over for trial in a superior court anyone accused serious offenses
police crackdown
police action against -
police department
the official police organization in a particular area or city
police department
the department of local government concerned with enforcing the law and preventing crime
police detective
investigator on the police force, detective who pursues additional evidence in criminal cases
police dog
dog used by the police (for following scent trails, etc.)
police dog
any dog trained to assist police especially in tracking
police dog
A police dog is a working dog which is owned by the police. a dog trained by the police to find hidden drugs or catch criminals
police dog-trainer
one who trains and teaches police dogs
police force
A police force is the police organization in a particular country or area. the South Wales police force. the official police organization in a country or area
police force
people that serve as police officers; police department
police force
police: the force of policemen and officers; "the law came looking for him"
police headquarters
central police station of a particular area
police informant
person who provides the police with information about various illegal activities
police inspector-general
head police inspector
police investigator
person who investigates something for the police, police-man who deals with investigations
police laws
legal regulations which concern police matters
police log
journal in which police activities are recorded
police matron
a woman policeman
police network
communications system that serves a military force
police office
police station: a station that serves as headquarters for police in a particular district; serves as a place from which policemen are dispatched and to which arrested persons are brought; "in England they call a police station a police office"
police officer
A police officer is a member of the police force. a meeting of senior police officers. A policeman or policewoman. a member of the police
police officer
a member of a police force; "it was an accident, officer"
police officer
cop, constable, policeman
police patrol
tour of police officers
police power
The inherent power of a government to regulate its police affairs
police power
The inherent authority of a government to impose restrictions on private rights for the sake of public welfare, order, and security. Power of a government to exercise reasonable control over people and property within its jurisdiction in the interest of general security, health, safety, morals, and welfare. It is generally regarded as one of the powers reserved to the states under the U.S. Constitution. In considering cases involving the exercise of police power, the courts have applied a doctrine called "balance of interests" to determine when the public's right to health and well-being outweighs private or individual concerns. Of equal concern is that due process of law be observed
police precinct
a precinct in which law enforcement is the responsibility of particular police force
police procedural
A story or drama about the investigation of a crime by the police
police pursuit
chase by police officers
police raid
sudden attack by police to interrupt illegal activity in action
police record
police file containing a person's previous convictions , list of crimes previously committed by a person
police reporter
A newspaper reporter whose assignment is to obtain and cover news in a local police department
police sergeant
a lawman with the rank of sergeant
police squad
a squad of policemen trained to deal with a particular kind of crime
police state
state run by an oppressive government in which the citizens have little freedom
police state
disapproval A police state is a country in which the government controls people's freedom by means of the police, especially secret police. A state in which the government exercises rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic, and political life of the people, especially by means of a secret police force. a country where the government strictly controls people's freedom to meet, write, or speak about politics, travel etc
police state
a country that maintains repressive control over the people by means of police (especially secret police)
police station
a station that serves as headquarters for police in a particular district; serves as a place from which policemen are dispatched and to which arrested persons are brought; "in England they call a police station a police office
police station
police headquarters
police station
A police station is the local office of a police force in a particular area. Two police officers arrested him and took him to Kensington police station. The headquarters of a unit of a police force, where those under arrest are first charged. the local office of the police in a town, part of a city etc
police surveillance
police observation over a person or activity in an attempt to catch the guilty party in action
police van
van used by police to transport prisoners
police work
the investigation of criminal activities
I'll call the police
Indicates that the speaker is going to call the police, presumably to counter actions from the interlocutor
National Police Agency
Public Security Agency in Japan
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
The federal and national police force of Canada
call the police
Use telephone to ensure arrival of a police officer—a member of the organisation granted the legal authority to enforce the law
fashion police
An imaginary police force that ensures that people dress according to fashion
language police
Any person or group crusading for a particular usage or omission within a language; also called language cops, tongue troopers
military police
A unit of a military organization whose duty is to police that particular organization. They are in charge of law enforcement on military property, and of military personnel
mounted police
A unit of the civil police who are specifically trained to serve duty on horseback. Their duties can be ceremonial, or often for crowd control, and to police areas of difficult access or wilderness areas
riot police
A unit of the police specifically trained to deal with rioting crowds. They use special equipment for personal defense as well as for crowd control and dispersal
secret police
A police force operating in secrecy and outside the normal boundaries of law, usually in support of a totalitarian government to suppress political dissent
thought police
A group that aims to control what other people think

My mother would make a good thought police. (singular usage).

water police
The police department charged with patrolling harbours and waterways by boat
riot police
The riot police is the section of the police force that is trained to deal with people who cause trouble in public places. After about 10 minutes the riot police arrived. police whose job is to stop riots
policed
Regulated by laws for the maintenance of peace and order, enforced by organized administration
policed
{a} regulated, governed, ruled
Policed
policied
The police
fuzz
The police
cobblers
The police
polis
The police
pollis
The police
heat
police officer
{i} cop
policed
past of police
polices
third-person singular of police
policing
present participle of police
the police
filth
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Ticaret) policy
police custody
polis gözetimi
police
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