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Spanish translation of “rob”

rob

verb /rob/ (past tense, past participle robbed)
to steal from (a person, place etc)
robar
He robbed a bank / an old lady I’ve been robbed!
(with of) to take (something) away from; to deprive of
quitar
An accident robbed him of his sight at the age of 21.
robber noun
ladrón
The bank robbers got away with nearly $50,000.
robbery noun (plural robberies) the act of robbing
robo
Robbery is a serious crime He was charged with four robberies.
to rob a bank or a person; to steal a watch, pencil, money etc.
(Definition of rob from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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