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English-German translation for: [police]
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wanted {adj} {past-p} [e.g. by the police]
2972
gesucht [z. B. von der Polizei]
known {adj} [to the police]
335
aktenkundig [polizeilich]
popped {past-p} [sl.] [arrested by the police]
65
hopsgenommen [salopp] [festgenommen]
port {adj} [attr.] [e.g. authority, map, police, tour, town]
20
Hafen- [z. B. Behörde, Plan, Polizei, Rundfahrt, Stadt]
rail railroad {adj} [attr.] [Am.] [e.g. area, embankment, gate, police]
12
Bahn- [z. B. Gelände, Damm, Schranke, Polizei]
FireResc Clear! [shouted by police on securing a room]
8
Sauber! [Meldung beim Stürmen eines Objektes durch Polizeikräfte, wenn ein Raum oder das ganze Objekt als gesichert gelten]
hot {adj} [esp. Am.] [sl.] [wanted by the police](polizeilich) gesucht
plainclothes {adj} [police officer]in Zivil
Verbs
to control [surveil, police]
136
überwachen
law to question sb. [police etc.]
127
jdn. verhören
law to question sb. [police etc.]
116
jdn. vernehmen [befragen]
to elude sb./sth. [police, enemy]
102
jdm./etw. entkommen
to summon [police, fire brigade etc.]
56
rufen [Polizei, Feuerwehr etc.]
to elude sb./sth. [police, enemy]
42
jdm./etw. entwischen
to skirl [Scot.] [esp. of bagpipe, police whistle, etc.: produce a shrill sound]
5
schrillen
to raid [police]eine Razzia durchführen
law to report sth. [to the police]etw. zur Anzeige bringen [bes. amtssprachlich]
to surrender [to police, enemy]sich gefangen geben
Nouns
raid [police]
195
Durchsuchungsaktion {f} [Razzia]
jobs inspector [police]
146
Kommissar {m}
superintendent [police]
124
Hauptkommissar {m} [Deutschland]
backup [of police]
120
Verstärkung {f}
forensics [police department]
118
Spurensicherung {f} <SpuSi>
bullpen [esp. Am.] [coll.] [detention cell as in a police station or courthouse]
87
Arrestzelle {f}
cordon [chain of police etc.]
74
Kette {f} [Postenkette, Absperrung durch Polizei etc.]
cruiser [Am.] [police patrol car]
73
Streifenwagen {m}
siren [police, ambulance, fire-engine]
71
Martinshorn {n}
angle [of police investigation]
50
Ermittlungsansatz {m}
admin. law officer [police]
50
Beamter {m} [Polizeibeamter]
nick [Br.] [coll.] [police station]
47
Polizeirevier {n}
headquarters {pl} [police]
45
Präsidium {n}
insur. endorsement [clause appended to an insurance policy]
40
Nachtrag {m} [z. B. zum Versicherungsschutz, zu einer Police]
admin. station [police]
37
Postenkommando {n} [österr.] [Gendarmeriedienststelle]
district [police]
33
Revier {n} [Polizei]
snout [Br.] [coll.] [police informer]
25
Informant {m}
law Interpol [International Criminal Police Organization]
22
Interpol {f} [Internationale kriminalpolizeiliche Organisation]
jobs law inspector [police]
21
Kommissär {m} [schweiz.]
jobs superintendent [Am.] [Police]
20
Polizeipräsident {m}
law testilying [Am.] [coll.] [police perjury]
18
Falschaussage {f} [eines Polizeibeamten bei Gericht]
kettling [Br.: police tactic]
17
Einkesseln {n} [Polizeitaktik]
misper [short for missing person] [police slang]
16
Vermisster {m}
nick [Br.] [coll.] [police station]
16
Revier {n}
raider [participant in a/the police raid]
14
Beamter {m} [der an einer/der Razzia beteiligt ist]
pigs [sl.] [police officers]
13
Bullen {pl} [ugs.] [Polizisten]
nick [Br.] [sl.] [police station]
11
Wache {f} [Polizeiwache]
RIP [Am.] [NYC police sl.] [also: rip] [reduction in pay]
11
Gehaltskürzung {f} [als Strafe für Polizeibeamte]
[the sound a European police/fire siren makes]
9
Tatütata {n}
siren [police, ambulance, fire-engine]
9
Einsatzhorn {n}
law [prohibition to return to a particular site, often imposed by police]
8
Platzverweis {m}
weapons club [Am.] [of a police officer]
8
Polizeiknüppel {m}
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