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stole

verb uk   /stəʊl/ us    /stoʊl/
past simple of steal

stole

noun [C] uk   /stəʊl/ us    /stoʊl/
formal a long, narrow piece of cloth or fur that is worn around the shoulders by women, usually on special occasions: a mink stole specialized religion a long, narrow piece of cloth, especially silk, worn over the shoulders by some priests in the Christian Church during religious ceremonies
Translations of “stole”
in Korean “steal”의 과거형…
in Arabic steal الفِعل الماضي مِن…
in Portuguese passado de “steal”…
in Catalan passat de “steal”…
in Japanese “steal” の過去形…
in Italian passato semplice di “steal”…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偷,竊…
in Russian прош. вр. гл. steal…
in Turkish çalmak' fiilinin 2. hâli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偷,窃…
in Polish -…
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