- 1 1.1 [dinero/joya/bolso] to steal; [banco] to rob le robó dinero a su padre he stole some money from his father les robaron todos los ahorros they were robbed of all their savings, all their savings were stolen entraron pero no robaron nada they broke in but didn't steal o/or take anything ¿quién me ha robado la regla? who's taken o stolen o [familiar/colloquial] swiped my ruler? me robó el corazón she stole my heart le robó un beso he stole a kiss from her le roba horas al sueño para poder estudiar he does o/or goes without sleep so that he can study no te quiero robar más tiempo I don't want to take up any more of your time 1.2 (raptar) [niño] to abduct, kidnap
- 2 (estafar) to cheat, rip off [familiar/colloquial] ¿$300? ¡te robaron! $300? what a rip-off! o/or you were conned! [familiar/colloquial]
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