Other ways of saying steal
to steal something from a person or place while using or threatening to use force or violence: They robbed the local bank and drove off in a white car.
to attack a person in a public place and steal from them: A woman of 85 was mugged in the street.
to steal from a building that you have entered illegally: We got back from holiday to find we’d been burgled.
to steal goods from a shop: Security guards caught an elderly man shoplifting in the department store this afternoon.
to enter someone’s property illegally: The thieves had managed to break into the car and take the stereo.
or pinch British
) to take something that belongs to someone else, usually used in a friendly way: Someone’s nicked my pen!