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smash-and-grab

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Definition of smash-and-grab in English:

adjective

Denoting a robbery in which the thief smashes a shop window and seizes goods: a smash-and-grab raid on a jeweller

noun

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A smash-and-grab robbery: the number of smash-and-grabs I have seen is unbelievable

Words that rhyme with smash-and-grab

blab, cab, confab, crab, Crabbe, dab, drab, fab, flab, gab, grab, jab, kebab, lab, nab, scab, slab, stab, tab

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