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Translation of "plunder" - English-Spanish dictionary

plunder

verb   /ˈplʌn.dər/
to steal goods violently from a place, especially during a war saquear After the president fled the country, the palace was plundered by soldiers. Tragically, the graves were plundered and the contents scattered.397
to steal or remove something precious from something, in a way that does not consider moral laws or is more severe than it need be robar Someone has been plundering funds from the company. The future of our planet is in danger if we continue to plunder its resources as we do.397
plunderer noun   /r/
(Definition of plunder from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

plunder

verb /ˈplandə/
to rob or steal from (a place) saquear, pillar The soldiers plundered and looted (the city).
plunderer noun
saqueador
(Definition of plunder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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