Low-ranking British police officer. In medieval Europe, a constable was an officer of the king, originally responsible for army stores and stabling, and later responsible for the army in the king's absence. In England the constable subsequently became an official at a sheriff's court of law, leading to the title's current meaning.
Donosač municije, tobdžijski pomoćnik; komandant topa (na ratnim brodovima); stražar, milicajac, policajac; konštabler.
Lice koje je u službi javnog poretka i bezbednosti, redar, stražar. (grč.)