Synonyme von plunder
to seize (valuables or goods) from (a place) by force, usually in wartimeThey plundered and burned the town.
Gangs began breaking windows and looting shops.
The soldiers have stripped the civilians of their passports.
Imperial troops sacked the French ambassador's residence in Rome.
A man who tried to rob a bank was sentenced yesterday.
The guerrillas raided banks and destroyed a police barracks.
A fire devastated large parts of the castle.
The child rifled the till while her mother distracted the postmistress.
The soldiers had ravaged the village.
Demonstrators ransacked and burned the house where he was staying.
Soldiers went on a rampage, pillaging stores and shooting.
the modern day industry which has despoiled the town
to seize (valuables or goods) from (a place) by force, usually in wartimea settlement to recover money plundered from government coffers
Anybody could walk in here and steal stuff.
The burglars took just about anything they could carry.
nick (informal), ,
We used to nick biscuits from the kitchen.
pinch (informal), ,
pickpockets who pinched his wallet
The director embezzled $34 million in company funds.
Staff were pilfering cash from the bar.
These people can't help thieving.
the act of plunderinga guerrilla group infamous for plunder
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in the sense of booty
any valuable article or articles obtained as plunderTroops confiscated many works of art as war booty.
in the sense of despoil
to plunderthe modern day industry which has despoiled the town
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