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EnglishGerman
patrolPatrouille {f}
patrol Streife {f}
patrol Spähtrupp {m}
patrolPatrouillengang {m}
patrol [act of patrolling by a vehicle]Patrouillenfahrt {f}
patrol base[zeitweiliges Nacht- oder Zwischenlager einer militärischen Patrouille]
patrol boat Patrouillenboot {n}
patrol boat Wachboot {n}
patrol carStreifenwagen {m}
patrol carPolizeiwagen {m}
patrol car [Am.]Einsatzwagen {m} [Polizei]
patrol copStreifenpolizist {m}
patrol craftPatrouillenboot {n}
patrol duty Streifendienst {m}
patrol fleet Patrouillenflotte {f}
patrol force Streifendienst {m}
patrol leaderStreifenführer {m} [Patrouillenführer]
patrol leader Patrouillenführer {m}
patrol line Bewacherkette {f}
patrol service Streifendienst {m}
patrol time [time for a certain patrol] Zeit {f} für den Rundgang [Patrouillengang]
patrol time [time for any patrol] Zeit {f} für einen Rundgang [Patrouillengang]
patrole [spv.] [obs.]Patrouille {f}
patrolledpatrouilliert
patrollerStreifenbeamter {m}
patroller [female] Streifenbeamtin {f}
patroller [female] [Am.] [school safety patrol] Verkehrshelferin {f} [Schülerin]
patrollers Streifenbeamten {pl}
patrollingpatrouillierend
patrolling duty [Br.]Streifendienst {m}
patrolman [Am.] Polizeistreife {f}
patrolman [Am.] Streifenpolizist {m}
patrolman [Am.]patrouillierender Polizist {m}
patrolman [Am.] Wachtmeister {m} [Polizei]
patrolman [Br.] [specifically helps motorists in difficulty]Patrouilleur {m} [schweiz.]
patrolmenStreifenpolizisten {pl}
patrologyPatrologie {f}
patrolsStreifen {pl} [Patrouillen]
patrolwomanStreifenpolizistin {f}
patrolwoman [Am.]Wachtmeisterin {f}
patron Gönner {m}
patron Klient {m}
patron Patron {m}
patronSchutzheiliger {m}
patronSchutzherr {m}
patronStammkunde {m}
patronStammgast {m}
patron Mäzen {m}
patron Schirmherr {m}
patron Gastwirt {m}
patron [Am.]Kunde {m}
patron [customer] Gast {m}
patron [female]Förderin {f}
patron [female] Mäzenatin {f}
patron [female]Mäzenin {f}
patron [female] [Am.]Kundin {f}
patron [of an artist etc.] Förderer {m} [Gönner]
patron [theatre, cinema, etc.]Besucher {m}
patron god Schutzgott {m}
patron goddess Schutzgöttin {f}
patron (of a living) Patronatsherr {m}
patron of art Kunstmäzen {m}
patron of the arts Gönner {m} der schönen Künste
patron of the artsMäzen {m}
patron of the arts Kunstmäzen {m}
patron of the arts [female] Kunstmäzenin {f}
patron saintSchutzheilige {f}
patron saint Schutzheiliger {m}
patron saint Schutzpatron {m}
patron saint Namenspatron {m}
patron saint Nationalheiliger {m}
patron saint Hausheiliger {m}
patron saint Patron {m}
patron saint [female] Schutzpatronin {f}
patron saint [female] Patronin {f}
patron saint [female]Nationalheilige {f}
patron saint [female]Hausheilige {f}
patron saint [of a city or town]Stadtpatron {m}
patron saint [of a country] Landespatron {m}
patron saint of a churchKirchenpatron {m}
patron saint of lost causesSchutzheiliger {m} der aussichtslosen Fälle
patron saints Hausheilige {pl}
patronage Gönnerschaft {f}
patronage Gunst {f}
patronage Kundschaft {f}
patronage Schirmherrschaft {f}
patronageStammkundschaft {f}
patronage Mäzenatentum {n}
patronageVetternwirtschaft {f} [pej.]
patronage Protektion {f}
patronage Freunderlwirtschaft {f} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [Vetternwirtschaft]
patronage Spezlwirtschaft {f} [bayer. für: Vetternwirtschaft]
patronagePatronanz {f} [österr.] [Patronat]
patronage Klientelismus {m}
patronage [e.g. of the arts, artists, charities] Unterstützung {f} [Patronanz, bes. bei Kunst, Künstlern, Wohltätigkeit]
patronage discountTreuerabatt {m}
patronage of the arts Kunstförderung {f}
patronage rebateTreuerabatt {m}
patronal festival Patronatsfest {n}
patroness Gönnerin {f}
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