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English Thesaurus

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pickpocket

noun

  1. thief, bag-snatcher, purse-snatcher, cutpurse (archaic) •  Markets are a pickpocket's paradise.

'pickpocket' in Other Languages

  • British English: pickpocket A pickpocket is a person who steals things from people's pockets or bags in public places.Beware of pickpockets, especially when making a purchase.ˈpɪkˌpɒkɪt NOUN
  • Arabic: نَشَّال
  • Brazilian Portuguese: batedor de carteira batedora
  • Chinese: 扒手
  • Croatian: džeparoš
  • Czech: kapsář kapsářkazloděj
  • Danish: lommetyv
  • Dutch: zakkenroller
  • European Spanish: carterista
  • Finnish: taskuvaras
  • French: pickpocket
  • German: Taschendieb Taschendiebin
  • Greek: πορτοφολάς
  • Italian: borsaiolo
  • Japanese: スリ
  • Korean: 소매치기
  • Norwegian: lommetyv
  • Polish: kieszonkowiec
  • Portuguese: carteirista batedora
  • Romanian: hoț de buzunare hoți de buzunare
  • Russian: вор-карманник
  • Spanish: carterista
  • Swedish: ficktjuv
  • Thai: นักล้วงกระเป๋า
  • Turkish: yankesicilik
  • Ukrainian: кишеньковий злодій
  • Vietnamese: trộm móc túi

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