"police" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

police
[pəˈliːs]
sustantivo plural
también:
  • the police -> la policía
  • two hundred police -> doscientos policías
  • police academy -> academia (f) de policía (Estados Unidos)
  • police car -> coche (m) or carro or (Am) auto de policía (CSur)
  • police chief -> jefe (m) de policía
  • police commissioner -> = ciudadano que preside un consejo civil encargado de supervisar la actuación de la policía (Estados Unidos)
  • police constable -> (agente (sustantivo masculino) de) policía (sustantivo masculino) (británico)
  • police department -> jefatura (f) de policía (Estados Unidos)
  • police dog -> perro (m) policía
  • police force -> cuerpo (m) de policía
  • police inspector -> inspector(ora) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) de policía (británico)
  • police officer -> (agente (sustantivo masculino) de) policía (sustantivo masculino)
  • police record -> antecedentes mpl policiales
  • police state -> estado (m) policial
  • police station -> comisaría (f) de policía
verbo transitivo
1. vigilar, custodiar ; vigilar, supervisar (sentido figurado)
  • the streets are not properly policed these days -> no hay suficientes policías en la calle hoy en día

police [po-lis]
sustantivo
1. Policía.
  • Police headquarters -> cuartel de policía
  • Police officer -> agente de policía
1. Patrullar.
2. Vigilar, supervisar.
vt.

police [pəˈliːs]
noun:plural
policía (f)
to join the police hacerse policía; more than a hundred police were called in más de cien policías hicieron acto de presencia
More than 100 police have ringed the area Extra police were called in
verb:transitive
[+frontier] vigilar; patrullar por; [+area] mantener el orden público en; [+process] vigilar; controlar
the frontier is policed by UN patrols la frontera la vigilan las patrullas de la ONU; the area used to be policed by Britain la zona estaba antes bajo control de Gran Bretaña
modifier
de policía
police brutality (n) violencia (f) policial
...as soon as measures are taken to stop police brutality against blacks there were allegations of police brutality
police captain (n) (US) subjefe (m)
police car (n) coche (m) de policía
police constable (n) (Britain) guardia (m); policía (m)
police court (n) tribunal (m) de policía; tribunal (m) correccional
police custody (n)
in police custody bajo custodia policial
police department (n) (US) policía (f)
police dog (n) perro (m) policía
police escort (n) escolta (f) policial
police force (n) cuerpo (m) de policía
police inspector (n) inspectorainspectora (m) (f) de policía;a inspectora
police officer (n) policía (m)
police protection (n) protección (f) policial
police record (n) antecedentes (m) penales
police state (n) estado (m) policía
police station (n) comisaría (f)
police work (n) trabajo (m) policial or de la policía

Verb Conjugations for "police" (go to la policía)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I police I policed I will police
you police you policed you will police
he/she polices he/she policed he/she will police
we police we policed we will police
you police you policed you will police
they police they policed they will police
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