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rob

US [rɑb]
UK [rɒb]
  • v.抢劫;掠夺;盗取
  • n.罗布;【男名】男子名
  • Web抢夺;罗伯;剥夺
Past Tense:robbed  Simple Present:robs  Present Participle:robbing  
rob
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v.
1.
~ sb/sth (of sth)
抢劫;掠夺;盗取to steal money or property from a person or place
to rob a bank
抢劫银行
The tomb had been robbed of its treasures.
这座坟墓里的财宝早已被盗。
IDM
rob sb blind
(informal)
骗取某人大量钱财to cheat or trick sb so that they lose a lot of money
rob the cradle
(informal)
老牛吃嫩草(指跟比自己年龄小很多的人发生性关系)to have a sexual relationship with a much younger person
rob Peter to pay Paul
借新债还旧账;拆东墙补西墙to borrow money from one person to pay back what you owe to another person; to take money from one thing to use for sth else

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