Marshal and Police officer


Marshal noun - (in some countries) a military officer of highest rank.

Police officer and marshal are semantically related In some cases you can use "Police officer" instead a noun "Marshal".

Police officer

Police officer noun - A member of a force charged with law enforcement at the local level.
Usage example: there were police officers directing traffic around the scene of the accident
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Synonyms for Police officer

Marshal and police officer are semantically related in administrative officer topic. You can use "Marshal" instead a noun phrase "Police officer", if it concerns topics such as officer of the law.

Both terms in one sentence

  • Clueless Deputy Brett Mobley from Eagleheart can't read and is more often used as a club than a police officer by Marshal Chris Monsanto.
  • US Marshal Raylan Givens is an honest American police officer and thus Tommy assumes that Raylan is ultimately soft.
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