police

Hebrew translation: Police

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10:14 Aug 28, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: police
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Debbie Jones
Hebrew translation:Police
Explanation:
Police in Hebrew is:

Mishtara

and is spelled in Hebrew:
Mem, shin, tet, resh, heh

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naמשטרה
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Police


Explanation:
Police in Hebrew is:

Mishtara

and is spelled in Hebrew:
Mem, shin, tet, resh, heh



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Local time: 11:27
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agree  Robi Guttman
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משטרה


Explanation:
Literal translation of police is Mishtarah: Mem shin teit reish heh
(משטרה) - htat is if you mean the civil service unit devoted to maintaining law and order.
If you refer to the verb police, then it is l'fake'ach or l'shater. לפקח/לשטר
l'fake'ach also translates to Supervise.
L'fakeach is lamed peih kuf cheit.

I hope this helps.

Michal Circolone
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