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steal

verb [I or T] (TAKE)
 
 
/stiːl/ (stole, stolen)
to take something without the permission or knowledge of the owner and keep it
偷,竊
She admitted stealing the money from her employers.
她承認偷了僱主的錢。
The number of cars which are stolen every year has risen.
每年失竊車輛的數量都在上升。
They were so poor they had to steal in order to eat.
他們非常窮,為了填飽肚子只得去行竊。
Stealing
(Definition of steal verb (TAKE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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