Meaning of “raid” - Learner’s Dictionary

raid

verb [ T ] uk us /reɪd/
SOLDIERS

If soldiers raid a place, they suddenly attack it.

POLICE

If the police raid a place, they suddenly visit it in order to find someone or something:

Police raided nine properties in search of the documents.
STEAL

to steal many things from somewhere:

to raid the fridge

(Definition of “raid verb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)