Synonyms of 'steal'
People who are drug addicts come in and steal stuff.
The burglars took just about anything they could carry.
nick (slang , mainly British)
We used to nick biscuits from the kitchen.
pickpockets who pinched his wallet
The line could have been lifted from a Woody Allen film.
cabbage (British , slang)
People kept trying to swipe my copy of the New York Times.
knock off (slang)
half-inch (old-fashioned , slang)
heist (US , slang)
The director embezzled $34 million in company funds.
Staff were pilfering cash from the bar.
I have not misappropriated any funds whatsoever.
He was caught purloining books from the library.
I filched some notes from his wallet.
prig (British , slang)
These people can't help thieving.
walk or make off with
They solved the problem by stealing an idea from nature.
This champagne is a steal.
His favourite joke is a steal from Billy Connolly.
Christmas shopping is a rip-off.
Art theft is now part of organized crime.
an ex-con who says he's given up thieving
He was accused of misappropriation of bank funds.
Fountain pens caused much thievery in the classroom.
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What do they think about your appropriating their music and culture?
Something that is a bargain is good value for money, usually because it has been sold at a lower price than normal.
At this price the wine is a bargain.
Thesaurus for steal from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you steal something from someone, you take it away from them without their permission and without intending to return it.