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plunder

US [ˈplʌndər]
UK [ˈplʌndə(r)]
  • n.掠夺;抢掠;(尤指战争中)掠夺的财物
  • v.掠夺
  • Web抢劫;劫掠;抢夺
Simple Present:plunders  Present Participle:plundering  Past Tense:plundered  
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v.
1.
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(尤指战乱时用武力)抢劫,掠夺to steal things from a place, especially using force during a time of war
The troops crossed the country, plundering and looting as they went.
部队经过乡村,一路抢劫掳掠。
The abbey had been plundered of its valuables.
教堂的珍宝被洗劫一空。
Only a small amount of the money that he plundered from his companies has been recovered.
他从公司搜刮的钱只有一小部分被追回。
n.
1.
抢掠;掠夺the act of plundering
2.
(尤指战争中)掠夺的财物things that have been stolen, especially during a war, etc.

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