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pillage

US [ˈpɪlɪdʒ]
UK ['pɪlɪdʒ]
  • v.掠夺;抢劫;劫掠
  • n.掠夺;掠夺物
  • Web洗劫;掳掠
Simple Present:pillages  Present Participle:pillaging  Past Tense:pillaged  
pillage
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v.
1.
抢劫;劫掠;掠夺to steal things from a place or region, especially in a war, using violence
The rebels went looting and pillaging.
叛乱者趁火打劫,掠夺财物。
The town had been pillaged and burned.
这座城镇被洗劫焚毁。
Works of art were pillaged from churches and museums.
教堂和博物馆的艺术品被劫掠一空。

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