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steal

verb /stiːl/ ( past tense stole /stoul/, past participle stolen /ˈstoulən/)
to take (another person’s property), especially secretly, without permission or legal right
stehlen
Thieves broke into the house and stole money and jewellery He was expelled from the school because he had been stealing (money).
to obtain or take (eg a look, a nap etc) quickly or secretly
verstohlen
He stole a glance at her.
to move quietly
sich stehlen
He stole quietly into the room.
Translations of “steal”
in Korean 훔치다…
in Arabic يَسْرِق…
in French voler, dérober, aller furtivement…
in Italian rubare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拿, 偷,竊…
in Russian красть…
in Turkish çalmak, aşırmak, yürütmek…
in Polish kraść, ukraść…
in Spanish robar, lanzar una mirada, retirarse ( habitación…
in Portuguese roubar, furtar…
in Catalan robar…
in Japanese ~を盗む…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拿, 偷,窃…
(Definition of steal from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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