- go through (a place) stealing things and causing damage；search (a place or receptacle) thoroughly, especially in such a way as to cause harm
verb: ransack, 3rd person present: ransacks, gerund or present participle: ransacking, past tense: ransacked, past participle: ransacked
- 1. go through (a place) stealing things and causing damage:
burglars ransacked her home
- 2. search (a place or receptacle) thoroughly, especially in such a way as to cause harm:
man has ransacked the planet for fuel
- v.go hurriedly through (a place) stealing things and causing damage:
- burglars ransacked her home
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