Significado de “loot” - Diccionario inglés

loot en inglés americano

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lootverb [ I/T ]

us /lut/

(said esp. of large numbers of people) to steal from stores:

[ I ] Riot police were sent to prevent the mob from looting.

To loot something is also to take a lot of money away from it that does not belong to you:

[ T ] The officers of the corporation looted the company of millions of dollars.

lootnoun [ U ]

us /lut/

money or valuable objects that have been stolen:

Three men have been sentenced to prison for taking part in the robbery, but the loot was never recovered.

(Definición de loot de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

loot en inglés de negocios

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lootnoun [ U ]

uk /luːt/ us informal

money or valuable objects that have been stolen:

They hauled the loot, worth $10 million, to a warehouse.

(Definición de loot de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)