state trooper


state trooper
a member of a U.S. state police force.

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  • state trooper — Trooper Troop er, n. 1. A soldier in a body of cavalry; a cavalryman; also, the horse of a cavalryman. [1913 Webster] 2. A state police officer; also called {state trooper}. [U. S.] [PJC] 3. A mounted policeman. [Australia] Note: The {black… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • state trooper — n a member of a police force that is controlled by one of the US state governments, who works anywhere in that state …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • state trooper — noun count in the U.S., a police officer who is a member of a state police force …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • state trooper — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms state trooper : singular state trooper plural state troopers in the US, a police officer who is a member of a state police force …   English dictionary

  • state trooper — state′ troop′er n. gov a member of a state police force • Etymology: 1940–45 …   From formal English to slang

  • state trooper — noun a state police officer • Syn: ↑trooper • Hypernyms: ↑policeman, ↑police officer, ↑officer …   Useful english dictionary

  • state trooper — noun (C) AmE a member of a police force that is controlled by one of the US state governments who works anywhere in that state …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • state trooper — /steɪt ˈtrupə/ (say stayt troohpuh) noun US a member of a paramilitary force having jurisdiction only within the boundaries of a state …   Australian English dictionary

  • Alaska State Trooper Academy — The Alaska State Trooper Academy is located in Sitka, Alaska, and trains Alaska State Troopers as well as other types of law enforcement personnel.It is technically known as the Alaska Department of Public Safety Training Academy and also the DPS …   Wikipedia

  • State police — are a type of sub national territorial police force, particularly in Australia and the United States. Some other countries have analogous police forces, such as the provincial police in some Canadian provinces, while in other places, the same… …   Wikipedia