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Synonyms: plunder

looting, pillaging, plundering, raiding, ransacking, devastation, sacking, rapine, booty, loot, stolen goods, spoils, ill-gotten gains, swag, prize, pillage, dirty money

Translations: plunder

spanish
pillar, saquear, pillaje, despojo, desvalijar


german
beute, plündern

french
pillez, pillent, brigander, marauder, proie, ...

italian
saccheggiare, saccheggio, depredare, svaligiare, preda, ...

portuguese
pilhar, pilhagem, roubar, saltear, ameixa

dutch
buitmaken, plunderen, stropen, buit, roven

russian
расхищать, разграбить, разграбление, похищать, ограбление, ...

norwegian
bytte, rov, plyndre

swedish
plundra

finnish
saalis, rosvota, ryöstää

danish
plyndre

czech
kořist, drancovat, loupit, uloupit, plenit, ...

polish
łup, grabież, rabować, rabunek, plądrować, ...

hungarian
zsákmány, fosztogatás, rablás, zsákmányt, kifosztása

turkish
yağma, ganimet

greek
λεηλατώ

ukrainian
пір'ястий, перистий

albanian
plaçkitje, plaçkë, plaçkitjen, pre, plaçkitet

bulgarian
грабеж, плячкосване, обир, обирам, крада

belarusian
рабаванне, рабунак, рабаўніцтва, грабеж, крадзеж

estonian
sobrama, rüüstama

croatian
plijen, pljačka, pljačku, raznositi, pljačkati

icelandic
herfang

latin
spolio, praeda

lithuanian
grobis

latvian
laupījums

macedonian
грабежот, грабеж, грабиме, плен, пљачкосувањето

romanian
jefui, pradă

slovenian
lup, korist

slovak
lup

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The meaning and "use of": plunder

noun
  • the violent and dishonest acquisition of property.

verb
  • steal goods from (a place or person), typically using force and in a time of war or civil disorder.

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