Definición de housebreaking en inglés:

housebreaking

Silabificación: house·break·ing
Pronunciación: /ˈhousˌbrākiNG
 
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sustantivo

The action of breaking into a building, especially in daytime, to commit a crime.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He had been arrested for more than 40 crimes in the previous year - for offences that included housebreaking, theft and vandalism.
  • There is a broad body of research highlighting the link between drug use and property crimes such as housebreaking and theft.
  • The suspect is due in court here shortly on charges of kidnapping, housebreaking and theft.

Derivativos

housebreaker

Pronunciación: /-ˌbrākər/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They may be housebreakers or criminals but I can excuse them.
  • Neither authority can be unaware that dark streets are an invitation for potential housebreakers and thugs to call round.
  • One of Swindon's most prolific housebreakers who committed more than 70 burglaries in the town is back behind bars.

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