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Hindi translation of 'steal'

Word Frequency

steal

/stiːl स्टील्/
Word forms: steals, stealing, stole, stolen
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you steal something from someone, you take it away from them without their permission and without intending to return it.
चुराना/चोरी होना
He was accused of stealing a small boy's bicycle. We have now found the stolen car. Joe lied and stole.
stealing uncountable nounचोरी nf
She was jailed for stealing.

2. intransitive verb
If you steal somewhere, you move there quietly and cautiously.
चुपके से खिसक जाना
They can steal away at night and join us.

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Example Sentences Including 'steal'

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Companies are trying to steal a march on their rivals by making it easier to use their services.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But on his very first day a thief steals the bicycle essential for the job.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It was as if he were trying to steal the show in each case.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She arrives just as a stolen car leads to a footballer suspected of playing away.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
To stop them fighting for good, she takes the stolen cash and sets fire to it!
The Sun (2009)
What is wrong with stealing the secrets of the successful?
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He was arrested for allegedly handling stolen goods.
The Sun (2011)
Now he is hoping to steal a march on his rivals for the team.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The show was nearly stolen from the two captains by a former one.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He admitted handling stolen goods and was jailed for 20 months.
The Sun (2012)
He also wants more protection from rival companies which try to steal his secrets.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He was acquitted of handling stolen goods.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Neither the thief nor the stolen items have been found.
The Sun (2015)
Plants are the most stolen items followed by garden gadgets and furniture.
The Sun (2016)
The robbers allegedly stole 2,500 in cash from him.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Then they drove victims to banks to get cash or stole from their homes.
The Sun (2015)
There are whoops of joy when defendants accused of receiving stolen goods are freed from prison.
The Sun (2011)
They allegedly stole a set of keys and lived in the detached three-bed home for almost a month.
The Sun (2014)
They may say the car is a steal but expect to knock them down further.
The Sun (2006)
They say he made up the allegation after stealing money from them.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The man claimed he stole money to pay for his addiction to cocaine.
Christianity Today (2000)

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'steal' in Other Languages

British English: steal /stiːl/ VERB
If you steal something from someone, you take it away from them without their permission and without intending to return it.
He was accused of stealing a small boy's bicycle.
The boy lied and stole.
  • American English: steal
  • Arabic: يَسْرِقُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: roubar
  • Chinese: 偷窃
  • Croatian: ukrasti
  • Czech: ukrást
  • Danish: stjæle
  • Dutch: stelen
  • European Spanish: hurtar
  • Finnish: varastaa
  • French: voler dérober
  • German: stehlen
  • Greek: κλέβω
  • Italian: rubare
  • Japanese: 盗む
  • Korean: 훔치다
  • Norwegian: stjele
  • Polish: ukraść
  • European Portuguese: roubar
  • Romanian: a fura
  • Russian: красть
  • Latin American Spanish: hurtar
  • Swedish: stjäla
  • Thai: ลักขโมย
  • Turkish: çalmak
  • Ukrainian: красти
  • Vietnamese: ăn cắp

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Translation of steal from the Collins English to Hindi
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