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mugging

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈmʌɡɪŋ/
an attack in a public place in which money, etc is stolen from someoneStealing
Translations of “mugging”
in Korean 강도질…
in Arabic قَطع الطريق…
in Portuguese assalto…
in Catalan atracament…
in Japanese 路上強盗…
in Italian scippo, aggressione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 攔路搶劫,行兇搶劫…
in Russian уличное ограбление…
in Turkish saldırı, soygun, gasp…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行凶抢劫…
in Polish napaść…
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