patrol means: This 4wd is a great choice. It has a stronger running gear, and offers more capabilities than a Toyota Land Cruiser. It is a much more affordable 4wd than a Land Cruiser, and does not require an inflated personality or blind loyalty to Toyota. To keep reliability claims real, pre-hostoric engineering came with high prices and low powered engines. If you’re lucky, the dealer won’t charge airconditioning. (in Community Dictionary, added by Hillbilly)

What else does patrol mean?

  • This is the codeword you use to tell kids that you stole their school supplies. This is mainly used to mark pencils and pens. (in Community Dictionary, added by Dominique Thornton)
  • Patrol can be used to refer to theft, or the act and practice of stealing. (in Community Dictionary, added by Denise Duarte)
  • Moving about in an area, especially when done by a trained and authorized person/group, to inspect, observe, or secure. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • One person, or group of people who do such an act. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • An army unit that is sent on reconnaissance and combat missions. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • A group of military vessels, boats, ships or aircraft that are assigned to protect or reconnoiter an area. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • A Boy Scout troop’s division that includes six to eight children. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • A patrol is to be. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • Engage in a Patrol (in AZ Dictionary)