English translation of 'dévaliser'
Verb Table transitive verb
[banque] to rob
[maison] to burgle
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Example Sentences Including 'dévaliser'
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Des gangsters mettent à profit un déluge suivi d'une inondation pour dévaliser un fourgon blindé.Le Monde (2001)
Des pillards parcourent la ville jeudi à la recherche de maisons de dignitaires, de ministères ou d'ambassades à dévaliser.Libération (2003)
Ils veulent dévaliser la veuve, mais Gaston en tombe amoureux.Le Monde (2000)
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'dévaliser' in Other Languages
British English: rob /rɒb/ VERB
If a person or place is robbed, money or property is stolen from them, often using force.
He was arrested after robbing a bank.
- American English: rob
- Arabic: يَسْلُبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: roubar
- Chinese: 抢夺
- Croatian: opljačkati
- Czech: okrást
- Danish: røve
- Dutch: beroven
- European Spanish: atracar bancos
- Finnish: ryöstää
- French: dévaliser
- German: berauben
- Greek: κλέβω
- Italian: derubare
- Japanese: 奪う
- Korean: 빼앗다
- Norwegian: rane
- Polish: obrabować
- European Portuguese: roubar
- Romanian: a fura
- Russian: грабить
- Spanish: atracar
- Swedish: råna
- Thai: ปล้น
- Turkish: soymak
- Ukrainian: грабувати
- Vietnamese: cướp
Translation of dévaliser from the Collins French to English
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