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theft

  

      n   (=crime)   vol    m     (larcin)     
→ Art theft is now part of organised crime.        
→ He reported the theft of his passport.        


identity theft   , ID theft  
      n   vol    m   d'identité  
→ It can prevent identity theft, where fraudsters apply for credit cards or benefits or buy goods using other people's names        
third party, fire and theft  
      n   assurance    f   au tiers, vol et incendie
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
theft n.
vol
[Bus.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
assurance contre le vol
[Bus.]
n.
sonde pour le prélèvement d'échantillons
[Med.]
nm.
vol à l'arraché
n.
vol à l'arraché
n.
tentative de vol
[Bus.]
exp.
tentative de vol
n.
vol qualifié
[Bus.]
n.
système antivol
[Bus.]
n.
police d'assurance contre le vol
[Bus.]
n.
antivol
[Bus.]
n.
assurance contre l'incendie et le vol
[Bus.]
n.
assurance contre le vol
[Bus.]
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'theft' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
theft
nf.
theft
n.
theft risk
[Bus.]
n.
theft report
n.
theft attempt
n.
car theft
n.
common theft
n.
flight ; theft
nm.
identity theft
[Leg.]
n.
theft of handbag
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"theft": examples and translations in context
And the stroke of a pen can never legitimize the theft of a neighbor’s land. Un trait de plume ne peut jamais légitimer le vol du territoire d’un voisin.
Can we draw a comparison between this and the theft in the employment insurance— Est-ce qu'on peut faire un parallèle avec le vol qu'on a fait dans la caisse...
Fraudulent use of acquisition card due to identity theft (6 cases) Emploi frauduleux de carte d'achat dû à un vol d'identité (6 cas)
Can result in identity theft or some other related fraud; or risque d'entra�ner un vol d'identit� ou une fraude similaire;
Local rates of other theft incidents, city of Toronto, 2006 Taux locaux d'affaires d'autres vols, ville de Toronto, 2006
An Act to amend the Criminal Code (identity theft and related misconduct) Loi modifiant le Code criminel (vol d'identité et inconduites connexes)
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