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rob /rɒb $ rɑːb/ verb (past tense and past participle robbed, present participle robbing) [transitive]


دستبرد زدن ، دزدیدن ، ربودن ، چاپیدن ، لخت کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: غارت کردن
rob
[verb]
Synonyms: steal from, burgle, cheat, con (informal), defraud, deprive, dispossess, do out of (informal), hold up, loot, mug (informal), pillage, plunder, raid
Related Words: heist, hold up, jackroll, roll, strong-arm, filch, hijack, lift, pilfer, purloin, steal, thieve, cheat, defraud, hustle, swindle, despoil, pillage, ravage, sack
English Thesaurus: steal, take, burgle, rob, mug, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

rob S3 /rɒb $ rɑːb/ verb (past tense and past participle robbed, present participle robbing) [transitive]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: rober]

1. to steal money or property from a person, bank etc ⇒ steal, burgle:
They killed four policemen while robbing a bank.
A 77-year-old woman was robbed at knifepoint.
rob somebody of something
They threatened to shoot him and robbed him of all his possessions.
You say that someone robs a person or place. Do not say that someone robs an object or an amount of money. Use steal: He stole cash and valuables worth $500,000.

2. rob Peter to pay Paul to take money away from someone or something that needs it in order to pay someone else or use it for something else:
Taking money out of the hospital’s budget for this is simply robbing Peter to pay Paul.

3. rob somebody blind informal to steal everything someone has:
The minute your back’s turned, they’ll rob you blind.

4. I/we was robbed! British English spoken used when you think that you were beaten unfairly in a sport

5. rob the cradle American English to have a sexual relationship with someone who is a lot younger than you – used humorously Synonym : cradle-snatch British English
rob somebody/something of something phrasal verb literary
to take away an important quality, ability etc from someone or something:
The illness robbed him of a normal childhood.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

rob
verb
BAD: The wicked old man robbed all my money.
GOOD: The wicked old man stole all my money.
BAD: They robbed $6000 from the office safe.
GOOD: They stole $6000 from the office safe.
BAD: While he was asleep, she robbed him his watch.
GOOD: While he was asleep, she stole his watch.

Usage Note:
steal sth : 'Someone has stolen her car.' 'My watch has been stolen.' 'The girl has obviously stolen his heart.'
rob sb (of sth ): 'The two youths had tried to rob him, but he managed to fight them off.' 'The old couple were robbed of their life's savings.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

r.o.b.
Remain, -ing on board

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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