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stealing

  
   n   robo    m  , hurto    m   frm     
there have been cases of stealing      ha habido casos de robo or frm   hurto  
stealing is wrong      robar or frm   hurtar está mal  
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robar está mal
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robar {or} hurtar está mal
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no intervino {or} no participó en el robo
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lo acusaron del robo de un coche
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la luz se filtraba por las contraventanas
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ha habido casos de robo {or} hurto
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se le acusó falsamente de robo
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se le acusó equivocadamente de robo
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'stealing' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
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he was stealing money from his classmates
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he was caught stealing
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he caught them stealing
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they caught her stealing
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they caught him stealing
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"stealing": examples and translations in context
Anybody caught stealing will face consequences. Al que agarremos robando, afrontará las consecuencias.
They imagine the in-law stealing the silverware. Se imaginan al pariente político robando la cubertería de plata.
Saturday's an excellent night for stealing bullion. El sábado es un excelente día para robar el oro.
The treaty says nothing about stealing land. El tratado no dice nada acerca de robar tierras.
No breakfast today for stealing boots. Hoy no hay desayuno por el robo de las botas.
There goes Fletcher, stealing that bike. Ahí va Fletcher, el robo de la bicicleta.
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