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  1. steal

    • IPA[stiːl]

    英式

    • v.
      take (another person's property) without permission or legal right and without intending to return it;dishonestly pass off (another person's ideas) as one's own
    • n.
      a bargain;an act of stealing something
    • noun: steal, plural noun: steals

    • verb: steal, 3rd person present: steals, gerund or present participle: stealing, past tense: stole, past participle: stolen

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take (another person's property) without permission or legal right and without intending to return it:

      thieves stole her bicycle

      stolen goods

    • 2. dishonestly pass off (another person's ideas) as one's own:

      accusations that one group had stolen ideas from the other were soon flying

    • 3. take the opportunity to give or share (a kiss) when it is not expected or when people are not watching:

      he stole kisses in shop doorways

    • 4. (in various sports) gain (an advantage, a run, or possession of the ball) unexpectedly or by exploiting the temporary distraction of an opponent:

      he stole the ball from Kevin Scott to run on and score his seventh League goal

    • 5. run to (a base) while the pitcher is in the act of delivery:

      he claims he can steal a hundred bases this season

    • 6. move somewhere quietly or surreptitiously:

      he stole down to the kitchen

      she disobeyed a court order and stole away with the children

    • 7. direct (a look) quickly and unobtrusively:

      he stole a furtive glance at her

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a bargain:

      at £59.95 it's an absolute steal

    • 2. an act of stealing something:

      New York's biggest art steal

    • 3. an idea taken from another work:

      the chorus is a steal from The Smiths' ‘London’

    • 4. an act of stealing a base.
    • 5. an act of taking possession of the ball or puck from an opponent:

      he finished with eight points, four steals, and seven assists

    • n. a woman's long scarf or shawl, especially of fur or similar material, worn loosely over the shoulders.

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    • n. a woman's long scarf or shawl, especially of fur or similar material, worn loosely over the shoulders.

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    • v. past of steal

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    • v. past of steal

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    • past participle of steal

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    • past participle of steal

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    • n. a play in which two base runners each steal or attempt to steal a base.

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    • n. a play in which two base runners each steal a base.

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    • IPA[stēl]

    美式

    • v.
      take (another person's property) without permission or legal right and without intending to return it:
    • thieves stole her bicycle

      stolen goods

    • n.
      a bargain:
    • for $5 it was a steal

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  2. 知識+

    • steal的用法??

      I found the money stolen. 如果講 I found the money was stolen...發現車子被偷了) 所以 I found the money stolen.(o) I found the money was stolen...

    • steal and rob的用法

      My purse was stolen on the bus. 我的包包在公車上被偷了. I was robbed. 我被...

    • I had my watch stolen是啥意

      .... 瑪莉每兩週(讓人)做一次頭髮. John had his bicycle stolen yesterday. 約翰的腳踏車昨天被(讓人給)偷了. 3. 主詞(的行為)造成(或遭致)受詞...