/ (ˈjʊərəʊˌpɒl) /
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n acronym for
European Police Office, an international association devoted to fighting cross-border organized crime within the European Union
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Words nearby Europol
Europhilia, Europhobia, Europhobic, europium, Europocentric, Europol, Europoort, Eurosceptic, Eurostat, Eurosterling, Eurotax
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How to use Europol in a sentence
Europol claimed 359 raids connected to the Blackshades investigation, with the FBI confirming 97 arrests in 16 countries.FBI’s Huge Hacker Bust Could Be Bogus|Quinn Norton|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST