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English definition of “aggravated burglary”

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aggravated burglary

noun [U] uk   UK specialized us  
a crime that involves using a weapon or committing another crime while illegally entering a person's house to steal something
Translations of “aggravated burglary”
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡性侵入住宅罪,惡性暴竊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶性入室抢劫…
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