1. (police) (United States)
The sheriff and his deputy were called out to the scene of a robbery.Llamaron al sheriff y su ayudante para que fueran al escenario de un robo.
There was a shooting and we had to call the sheriff's office for backup.Hubo un tiroteo y tuvimos que llamar a la oficina del alguacil para que enviaran refuerzos.
2. (legal) (United Kingdom)
3. (administration) (United Kingdom)
There was a banquet in honour of the Queen's visit to the city, which was attended by the mayor and the county sheriff.Hubo una cena de gala para celebrar la visita de la reina a la ciudad, a la cual asistieron el alcalde y el representante de la corona del condado.
The plural of "sheriff" is "sheriffs."
El sheriff del pueblo se encarga de velar por la seguridad de los habitantes.The town sheriff is responsible for ensuring the security of the inhabitants.
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