Word: rob

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Related words: rob

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Synonyms: rob

burgle, burglarize, steal from, hold up, break into, raid, loot, plunder, pillage, knock off, stick up, mug, jump, roll, cheat (out), swindle (out), defraud (out), do out, con out, fleece (out), stiff (out), overcharge, rip off, sting, have, diddle, gouge, deprive, strip, divest, deny, soak, pluck, hook, fleece, surcharge, gazump, plume

Translations: rob

spanish
despojar, desvalijar, hurtar, robar


german
ausrauben, berauben

french
ravir, piller, brigander, voler, dérober, ...

italian
saccheggiare, derubare, rapinare, svaligiare

portuguese
rugir, pilhar, roubar, rugido, saltear

dutch
plunderen, buitmaken, stropen, roven

russian
роб, разграбить, отнимать, ограбить, грабить, ...

norwegian
røve

swedish
röva, råna

finnish
ylihinnoitella, yliveloittaa, ryöstää, rosvota

danish
plyndre

czech
ukrást, oloupit, okrást, krást, loupit, ...

polish
okraść, łupić, rozgrabić, obrabowywać, zrabować, ...

hungarian
rabol, kirabol, Rob, rabolni, kirabolni

turkish
soymak

greek
ληστεύω, ξεγυμνώνω

ukrainian
печеня

albanian
vjedh, të vjedh, të rrëmbejnë, vjedhësh

bulgarian
грабя, Роб, Rob, ограби, ограбят

belarusian
рабаваць

estonian
röövima, robert

croatian
opljačkati, krasti, orobiti, okrasti, poharati

icelandic
ræna

latin
rapio, spolio

lithuanian
apiplėšti, atimti, plėšti, apgrobti, nepelnytai pralaimėti

latvian
aplaupīt

macedonian
одземеш, Роб, му ја одземеш, ограби, одземат

romanian
jefui, jefuiască, jefuiesc, fure

slovenian
okrást, krást

slovak
okradnúť

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The meaning and "use of": rob

verb
  • take property unlawfully from (a person or place) by force or threat of force.

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