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Synonyms: pillage

robbery, robbing, raiding, plunder, looting, sacking, rape, marauding, rapine, booty, loot, prize, swag, dirty money, plundering, pillaging

Translations: pillage

spanish
pillaje


german
beute, plünderung, plündern

french
pillage, rapiner, saccager, brigander, butin, ...

italian
saccheggio, depredare, saccheggiare

portuguese
saquear, pilha

dutch
buit

russian
разграбление, грабить, добыча, мародерство, мародерствовать, ...

norwegian
plyndre

swedish
plundring, plundringen, skövla, skövling, plundrings

finnish
ryöstää, saalis

danish
plyndring, udplyndringen, udplyndring, plyndringer, plyndre

czech
loupit, drancování, plenit, plundrovat, drancovat, ...

polish
łupiestwo, splądrować, rabunek, rabować

hungarian
fosztogatás, kifosztását, fosztogatást, fosztogatásokat, fosztogatására

turkish
ganimet

greek
λεηλασία, λεηλασίας, λεηλασίες, λεηλασιών, τη λεηλασία

ukrainian
звалюватися, пілюля, куля, шарик, обставити, ...

albanian
grabitje, plaçkitje, prishjesh, grabitje e, grabis

bulgarian
грабеж, плячкосване, ограбване, грабежи, плячка

belarusian
рабаванне, рабунак, рабаўніцтва, грабеж, крадзеж

estonian
röövima, rüüstamine, röövimise, rüüstamises, röövimine

croatian
pljačkati, haranje, grabež, plijen, pljačkanje

icelandic
ræna

lithuanian
grobis

latvian
laupījums

macedonian
грабеж, ограбувањето, ограбувања, кражба

romanian
pradă

slovenian
plenit

slovak
drancovanie, rabovanie, drancovania, drancovaniu, drancovaní

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The meaning and "use of": pillage

noun
  • the action of pillaging a place or property, especially in wartime.

verb
  • rob (a place) using violence, especially in wartime.

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