Translation of robar in English:
- 1 1.1(dinero/joya/bolso)(banco)le robó dinero a su padreles robaron todos los ahorroshe stole some money from his fatherentraron pero no robaron nadathey were robbed of all their savingsall their savings were stolen¿quién me ha robado la regla?they broke in but didn't steal o take anythingme robó el corazónwho's taken o stolen o [familiar] swiped my ruler?le robó un besoshe stole my heartle roba horas al sueño para poder estudiarhe stole a kiss from herno te quiero robar más tiempohe does o goes without sleep so that he can study1.2 (raptar)I don't want to take up any more of your time
- Acaso la prensa esta asaltando, robando y matando.
- Este “triple papito” una vez más nos robará la calma.
- No vine a robar la plata ni nada por el estilo.
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