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Characters Pronunciation
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Simple Dictionary Definition

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shān / shan1
shan
 yama / やま
 Scroll
mountain; hill; anything that resembles a mountain; CL:座[zuo4]; bundled straw in which silkworms spin cocoons; gable
(n,ctr) (1) mountain; hill; (2) mine (e.g. coal mine); (3) heap; pile; (4) crown (of a hat); thread (of a screw); tread (of a tire); protruding part of an object; high part; (5) climax; peak; critical point; (6) guess; speculation; gamble; (7) (used by police, crime reporters, etc.) criminal case; crime; (8) mountain climbing; mountaineering; (9) (See 山鉾) festival float (esp. one mounted with a decorative halberd); (10) {mahj} wall; wall tile; (11) (archaism) temple; temple grounds; (prefix noun) (12) wild; (personal name) Yamamura
A hill, mountain; a monastery.

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xīng / xing1
hsing
 hoshi / ほし
 Scroll
star; heavenly body; satellite; small amount
(1) star (usu. not including the Sun); planet (usu. not including Earth); heavenly body; (2) star (glyph, symbol, shape); (3) star (actor, player, etc.); (4) small dot; spot; fleck; (5) star point (in go); hoshi; intersection marked with a dot; (6) (slang) (police slang) perp; perpetrator; mark; offender; suspect; (7) bullseye; (8) (See 九星) one's star (that determines one's fate); one's fortune; (9) {sumo} point; score; (surname) Hotsu
Tara, a star; the 25th constellation consisting of stars in Hydra; a spark.

警察

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jǐng chá / jing3 cha2
ching ch`a / ching cha
 keisatsu / kesatsu / けいさつ
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police; police officer; CL:個|个[ge4]
(noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) police; (2) (abbreviation) (See 警察官) police officer; (3) (abbreviation) (See 警察署) police station

飛虎隊


飞虎队

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fēi hǔ duì / fei1 hu3 dui4
fei hu tui
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Flying Tigers, US airmen in China during World War Two; Hong Kong nickname for police special duties unit

憲兵


宪兵

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xiàn bīng / xian4 bing1
hsien ping
 kenpei / kenpe / けんぺい
military police
military police

警官

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jǐng guān / jing3 guan1
ching kuan
 keikan / kekan / けいかん
constable; police officer
(See 警察官・けいさつかん) police officer; policeman; constable

憲兵隊


宪兵队

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xiàn bīng duì / xian4 bing1 dui4
hsien ping tui
 kenpeitai / kenpetai / けんぺいたい
the Kempeitai or Japanese Military Police 1881-1945 (Japanese counterpart of the Gestapo during WWII)
regiment of military policemen

派出所

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pài chū suǒ / pai4 chu1 suo3
p`ai ch`u so / pai chu so
 hashutsujo(p);hashutsusho / はしゅつじょ(P);はしゅつしょ
local police station
(1) branch office; (2) (former term) (See 交番・1) police box; local police station

警察署

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jǐng chá shǔ / jing3 cha2 shu3
ching ch`a shu / ching cha shu
 keisatsusho / kesatsusho / けいさつしょ
police station
police station

警戒線


警戒线

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jǐng jiè xiàn / jing3 jie4 xian4
ching chieh hsien
 keikaisen / kekaisen / けいかいせん
police cordon; alert level
warning line; police cordon

秘密警察

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mì mì jǐng chá / mi4 mi4 jing3 cha2
mi mi ching ch`a / mi mi ching cha
 himitsukeisatsu / himitsukesatsu / ひみつけいさつ
secret police
secret police

使

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shǐ / shi3
shih
 shi / し
to make; to cause; to enable; to use; to employ; to send; to instruct sb to do something; envoy; messenger
(1) messenger; (2) (abbreviation) (See 検非違使) police and judicial chief (Heian and Kamakura periods); (3) {Buddh} (See 煩悩・2) klesha (polluting thoughts such as greed, hatred and delusion, which result in suffering); (female given name) Tsukasa
To send; cause; a messenger; a pursuer, molester, lictor, disturber, troubler, intp. as 煩惱 kleśa, affliction, distress, worldly cares, vexations, and as consequent reincarnation. There are categories of 10, 16, 98, 112, and 128 such troublers, e. g. desire, hate, stupor, pride, doubt, erroneous views, etc., leading to painful results in future rebirths, for they are karma-messengers executing its purpose. Also 金剛童子 q. v; affliction, proclivities

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chá / cha2
ch`a / cha
 satsu;satsu / さつ;サツ
to examine; to inquire; to observe; to inspect; to look into; obvious; clearly evident
(colloquialism) (kana only) cops; police; (given name) Satoru
examine

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zhūn / zhun1
chun
 ton / とん
difficult; stingy
(ateji / phonetic) (kana only) ton (now usu. a metric ton, i.e. 1,000kg) (eng:); tonne; (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) gathering; place where people gather; (2) (archaism) police station; camp; barracks; (given name) Ton
Collect, mass; to quarter, camp. To sprout; very; stingy; to collect

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zào / zao4
tsao
black; police runners, from the black clothes formerly worn by them

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shǔ / shu3
shu
 sho / しょ
office; bureau; to sign; to arrange
(abbreviation) (See 警察署,消防署,税務署) station (esp. a police station); office (e.g. tax office)

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jǐng / jing3
ching
 kei / けい
to alert; to warn; police
(personal name) Kei
To warn; to warn

ガサ

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 gasa / ガサ (slang) household search (conducted by the police); (place-name) Gasa (Bhutan)

サツ

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 satsu / サツ (colloquialism) (kana only) police; (female given name) Satsu

ポリ

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 pori / ポリ (prefix) (1) poly-; (2) polyethylene; (3) (abbreviation) (slang) (derogatory term) police; (suffix) (4) (abbreviation) {music} polyphonic; (place-name) Pori (Finland)

三仇

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sān chóu / san1 chou2
san ch`ou / san chou
animosity or resentment towards three groups (the bureaucrats, the wealthy, and the police) due to perceived abuse of power

与力

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 yoriki / よりき (noun/participle) feudal era police rank; (place-name) Yoriki

丸走

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 marusou / maruso / まるそう (slang) biker gang (police slang)

乘警

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chéng jǐng / cheng2 jing3
ch`eng ching / cheng ching
police on trains; train marshal

交番

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 kouban / koban / こうばん (noun/participle) (1) police box; small neighborhood police station; (n,adj-f) (2) alternation; alternating (e.g. current)

交警

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jiāo jǐng / jiao1 jing3
chiao ching
traffic police; abbr. for 交通警察

傳喚


传唤

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chuán huàn / chuan2 huan4
ch`uan huan / chuan huan
a summons (to the police); subpoena

公車


公车

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gōng chē / gong1 che1
kung ch`e / kung che
bus; abbr. for 公共汽車|公共汽车[gong1 gong4 qi4 che1]; car belonging to an organization and used by its members (government car, police car, company car etc); abbr. for 公務用車|公务用车[gong1 wu4 yong4 che1]

出警

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chū jǐng / chu1 jing3
ch`u ching / chu ching
to dispatch police to the scene of crime, accident etc

出頭


出头

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chū tóu / chu1 tou2
ch`u t`ou / chu tou
 shuttou / shutto / しゅっとう
to get out of a predicament; to stick out; to take the initiative; remaining odd fraction after a division; a little more than
(noun/participle) (1) appearance; presence; attendance; (2) surrender (e.g. to the police); turning oneself in; (surname) Dedou
to appear

刑事

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xíng shì / xing2 shi4
hsing shih
 keiji / keji / けいじ
criminal; penal
(1) (police) detective; (n,adj-f) (2) criminal matter

刑警

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xíng jǐng / xing2 jing3
hsing ching
abbr. for 刑事警察[xing2 shi4 jing3 cha2]; criminal police

協管


协管

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xié guǎn / xie2 guan3
hsieh kuan
to assist in managing (e.g. traffic police or crowd control); to steward

協警


协警

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xié jǐng / xie2 jing3
hsieh ching
auxiliary police

取調

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 torishirabe / とりしらべ investigation (e.g. by police or prosecutors); examination; inquiry; enquiry

吃案

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chī àn / chi1 an4
ch`ih an / chih an
(Tw) (of the police) to bury a crime (i.e. conceal the existence of a criminal case in order to improve crime-solving statistics or in return for a bribe etc)

同署

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 dousho / dosho / どうしょ the (above-mentioned) authorities; police (from said station)

員警


员警

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yuán jǐng / yuan2 jing3
yüan ching
police officer; policeman

国警

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 kokkei / kokke / こっけい (abbreviation) (See 国家地方警察) national rural police

報警


报警

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bào jǐng / bao4 jing3
pao ching
to sound an alarm; to report something to the police

契卡

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qì kǎ / qi4 ka3
ch`i k`a / chi ka
Cheka, a Soviet secret police agency, forerunner of the KGB

害者

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hài zhě / hai4 zhe3
hai che
 gaisha / がいしゃ
(police jargon) victim (of a crime, esp. murder)
oppressor

局子

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jú zi / ju2 zi5
chü tzu
police station

屯所

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 tonsho / とんしょ post; quarters; military station; police station; (place-name) Tontokoro

崗樓


岗楼

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gǎng lòu / gang3 lou4
kang lou
watchtower; observation tower; police booth

巡査

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 junsa / じゅんさ police officer; policeman; constable

巡警

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xún jǐng / xun2 jing3
hsün ching
 junkei / junke / じゅんけい
police officer
(noun/participle) patrolling

巡邏


巡逻

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xún luó / xun2 luo2
hsün lo
 junra / じゅんら
to patrol (police, army or navy)
(noun/participle) patrolling; making one's rounds

市警

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 shikei / shike / しけい city police; municipal police

幹警


干警

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gàn jǐng / gan4 jing3
kan ching
police; police cadres

府警

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 fukei / fuke / ふけい prefectural police

手配

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 tehai / てはい (noun/participle) (1) arrangement; preparations; (2) search (by police)

抓嫖

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zhuā piáo / zhua1 piao2
chua p`iao / chua piao
(of the police) to hunt prostitutes and their clients

捕縄

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 hojou / hojo / ほじょう police-man's rope

探長


探长

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tàn zhǎng / tan4 zhang3
t`an chang / tan chang
(police) detective

攔檢


拦检

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lán jiǎn / lan2 jian3
lan chien
(of police etc) to stop (sb) for inspection; to pull (sb) over

本星

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 honboshi / ほんぼし (slang) (police slang) real culprit

本署

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 honsho / ほんしょ police headquarters; main office; this office

来署

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 raisho / らいしょ (noun/participle) (See 来所) coming to a police station, fire station, etc.

武警

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wǔ jǐng / wu3 jing3
wu ching
armed police

民警

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mín jǐng / min2 jing3
min ching
civil police; PRC police; abbr. for 人民警察

港警

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gǎng jǐng / gang3 jing3
kang ching
port police

特警

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tè jǐng / te4 jing3
t`e ching / te ching
SWAT (Special Weapons And Tactics); riot police; abbr. for 特種警察|特种警察[te4 zhong3 jing3 cha2]

特高

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 tokkou / tokko / とっこう (abbreviation) (See 特別高等警察) Special Higher Police (1911-1945); police unit controlling political thought and expression

現着

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 genchaku / げんちゃく (noun/participle) (abbreviation) (See 現地到着) arrival on location (esp. used in transport industries, police, etc.)

番屋

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 banya / ばんや (1) sentry box; guardhouse; guard lodge; (2) (See 自身番) (Edo period) police box; (place-name, surname) Ban'ya

県警

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 kenkei / kenke / けんけい (abbreviation) (See 県警察・けんけいさつ) prefectural police

私服

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 shifuku / しふく (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) civilian clothes; plain clothes; mufti; (2) (abbreviation) (See 私服刑事) plainclothes police officer

細作


细作

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xì zuò / xi4 zuo4
hsi tso
police spy; secret agent

總監


总监

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zǒng jiān / zong3 jian1
tsung chien
head; director (of an organizational unit); (police) commissioner; inspector-general; rank of local governor in Tang dynasty administration

署長

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 shochou / shocho / しょちょう chief (of police); head (of office)

義交


义交

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yì jiāo / yi4 jiao1
i chiao
traffic auxiliary police (Tw)

義警


义警

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yì jǐng / yi4 jing3
i ching
vigilante; volunteer (police)

職質

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 shokushitsu / しょくしつ (abbreviation) (See 職務質問) questioning (e.g. by police)

自警

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 jikei / jike / じけい (noun/participle) (1) policing (an area, etc.) by oneself; protecting by oneself; vigilantism; (2) cautioning oneself; taking care; being careful; (3) (abbreviation) (See 自治体警察) local government police; municipal police

舉報


举报

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jǔ bào / ju3 bao4
chü pao
to report (malefactors to the police); to denounce

警力

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jǐng lì / jing3 li4
ching li
police force; police officers

警務

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 keimu / kemu / けいむ (1) police affairs; (2) (abbreviation) (See 警務官・けいむかん) military police

警吏

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 keiri / keri / けいり (See 警察吏員) police officer

警局

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jǐng jú / jing3 ju2
ching chü
police department; police station; abbr. of 警察局

警徽

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jǐng huī / jing3 hui1
ching hui
police badge

警探

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jǐng tàn / jing3 tan4
ching t`an / ching tan
police detective

警方

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jǐng fāng / jing3 fang1
ching fang
police

警服

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jǐng fú / jing3 fu2
ching fu
police uniform

警械

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jǐng xiè / jing3 xie4
ching hsieh
police gear

警棍

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jǐng gùn / jing3 gun4
ching kun
police truncheon

警民

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jǐng mín / jing3 min2
ching min
the police and the community

警犬

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jǐng quǎn / jing3 quan3
ching ch`üan / ching chüan
police dog

警種


警种

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jǐng zhǒng / jing3 zhong3
ching chung
police classification; subdivision of policing activities (traffic, border guard, criminal etc)

警署

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jǐng shǔ / jing3 shu3
ching shu
police station (abbr. for 警察署[jing3 cha2 shu3])

警視

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 keishi / keshi / けいし police superintendent

警訊


警讯

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jǐng xùn / jing3 xun4
ching hsün
warning sign; police call

警車


警车

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jǐng chē / jing3 che1
ching ch`e / ching che
police car

警部

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 keibu / kebu / けいぶ police inspector

警銜


警衔

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jǐng xián / jing3 xian2
ching hsien
police rank

豚箱

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 butabako / ぶたばこ (colloquialism) police cell; lockup

軍警

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 gunkei / gunke / ぐんけい (abbreviation) (See 軍警察) military police

連行

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 renkou / renko / れんこう (noun/participle) taking (a suspect to the police); dragging (someone) away; (place-name) Rengyou

連警

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 renkei / renke / れんけい (abbreviation) (See 連邦警察) federal police (US, Brazil, Australia, etc.)

道警

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 doukei / doke / どうけい Hokkaido Prefectural Police

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