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to take something that belongs to someone else without permission
to steal something
to take money or property illegally from a person or place, often using threats or violence
to quickly steal something from someone
to attack someone in a public place and steal their money, jewellery, or other possessions
to take valuable things from a place using force, sometimes causing a lot of damage
to steal things from houses or shops during a war or after a disaster such as a fire or flood
to steal something, or to borrow something without asking
… a language for human communication which has been invented and has not developed naturally
a large expensive boat that is used for racing or sailing
spectacles; boiled sweets, candy; soft aniseed-flavoured jelly sweets coated with blue and pink sugar sprinkles
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