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robber

noun [C] uk   /ˈrɒb.ər/  us   /ˈrɑː.bɚ/
someone who steals: The robbers shot a policeman before making their getaway.
Translations of “robber”
in Korean 도둑, 강도…
in Arabic لِصّ…
in Portuguese ladrão, bandido…
in Catalan lladre, atracador, -a…
in Japanese 泥棒, 強盗犯…
in Italian rapinatore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 搶劫者, 強盜, 盜賊…
in Russian грабитель…
in Turkish soyguncu, hırsız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抢劫者, 强盗, 盗贼…
in Polish złodziej/ka, rabuś…
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