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robbery

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈrɒb.ər.i/ US  /ˈrɑː.bɚ-/
the crime of stealing from somewhere or someone
搶劫;盜竊
The gang admitted they had committed four recent bank robberies.
這個犯罪團夥承認最近發生的四宗銀行搶劫案是他們做的。
He is in prison for armed robbery.
他因持槍搶劫而被捕入獄。
Stealing
Translations of “robbery”
in Korean 강도…
in Arabic سَطْو…
in Portuguese roubo, assalto…
in Catalan robatori, atracament…
in Japanese 強盗…
in Italian rapina…
in Russian ограбление…
in Turkish soygun, hırsızlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抢劫, 盗窃…
in Polish napad…
(Definition of robbery from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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