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police

US [pəˈlis]
UK [pəˈliːs]
  • n.警方;警察部门
  • v.监督;巡查;维护治安;管制
  • Web警察局;警务人员;警察当局
Simple Present:polices  Present Participle:policing  Past Tense:policed  
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n.
— see also
secret police
1.
[pl]
警察部门;警方an official organization whose job is to make people obey the law and to prevent and solve crime; the people who work for this organization
A man was arrested by the police and held for questioning.
一名男子被警方逮捕并拘押讯问。
Get out of the house or I'll call the police .
滚出这所房子,不然我就叫警察了。
Police suspect a local gang.
警方怀疑当地的一个不良帮派。
a police car
警车
Hundreds of police in riot gear struggled to control the violence.
数以百计的警察身披防暴装备,奋力镇压暴乱。
v.
1.
~ sth
巡查;维护治安to go around a particular area to make sure that nobody is breaking the law there
The border will be policed by UN officials.
边境将由联合国官员巡查。
2.
~ sth
监督;管制to make sure that a particular set of rules is obeyed
The profession is policed by its own regulatory body.
这个行业由其自律机构监督。

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