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patrolling is patrol's Present Participle

patrol

US [pəˈtroʊl]
UK [pəˈtrəʊl]
  • n.巡逻;巡逻队;巡查;巡逻车队;巡视;巡逻兵;警察;侦察队;巡视;巡逻兵;警察;侦察队
  • v.巡逻;巡查;闲逛;巡视;(在街上)巡游;侦察;(在街上)巡游
  • Web内存镜像与巡查;巡逻模式;警察巡逻
Plural Form:patrols  Past Tense:patrolled  Past Tense:patroled  Present Participle:patroling  Present Participle:patrolling  
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
巡逻;巡查to go around an area or a building at regular times to check that it is safe and that there is no trouble
Troops patrolled the border day and night.
军队日夜在边境地区巡逻。
Guards can be seen patrolling everywhere.
到处都能见到卫兵在巡逻。
2.
[t]
~ sth
(尤指威胁性地)逛荡,闲逛to drive or walk around a particular area, especially in a threatening way
Gangs of youths patrol the streets at night.
夜里成帮结伙的年轻人在街上闲逛。
n.
1.
[c][u]
巡逻;巡查the act of going to different parts of a building, an area, etc. to make sure that there is no trouble or crime
Security guards make regular patrols at night.
夜间保安人员定时巡逻。
a police car on patrol
巡逻的警车
2.
[c]
巡逻队;巡逻车队a group of soldiers, vehicles, etc. that patrol an area
a naval/police patrol
海军╱警察巡逻队
a patrol car/boat
巡逻车;巡逻船
3.
[c]
童子军小队a group of about six Boy Scouts or Girl Guides/Scouts that forms part of a larger group

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