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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "steal" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 200 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
steal alzar [v]
steal pillar [v]
steal robar [v]
steal volar [v]
steal garbear [v]
steal hurtar [v]
Irregular Verb
steal stole - stolen [v]
General
steal cachar [v] NI HN CR
steal pepenar [v]
steal sustraer [v]
steal piratear [v]
steal apachar [v] PE
steal apañuscar [v]
steal manotear [v]
steal quitar [v]
steal rapiñar [v]
steal ratear [v]
steal gatear [v]
steal bombear [v] MX CAM
steal raspar [v]
steal soplar [v]
steal ganga [f]
steal plagiar [v]
steal colarse [v]
steal escabullirse [v]
steal introducirse clandestinamente [v]
steal pasar furtivamente [v]
steal pasar a hurtadillas [loc/v]
steal pulir [v]
steal despabilar [v]
steal choricear [v]
steal afanar [v]
steal limpiar [v]
steal fachar [v] CU
steal pelar [v]
steal pepenar [v] MX NI
steal arramplar [v]
steal arramblar [v]
steal birlar [v]
steal raptar [v]
steal pellizcar [v]
steal mangar [v]
steal apropiarse de (idea) [v]
steal moverse sigilosamente [v]
steal arpar [v] LAM
steal cuatrear [v]
steal cuatrerear [v]
steal macaquear [v] CAM
steal afanarse [v] HN CU BO UY
steal agandallar [v] MX
steal achacarse [v] AR
steal bolsearse [v] HN
steal bretear [v] HN
steal bombear [v] MX GT HN SV NI
steal bombear [v] HN
steal camotear [v] HN NI
steal chupar [v] CL
steal chinear [v] EC
steal esvalijar [v] PR
steal garrotear [v] NI
steal guachipear [v] CL
steal gabelar [v] EC:S
steal golear [v] CO:W teen
steal güeviar [v] HN SV NI
steal guillar [v] PR
steal jalar [v] MX BO
steal ladronear [v] MX BO CL rare
steal encumbrarse [v] SV
steal destuzar [v] HN
steal embruscar [v] PR
steal enchivar [v] PR
steal manganear [v] BO
steal embriscar [v] PR
steal embuchacarse [v] MX NI
steal destuzar [v] HN
steal matatusear [v] GT
steal ñapear [v] MX:Se
steal ñampear [v] DO
steal ñampiar [v] DO
steal ñapar [v] AR
steal ñarpear [v] BO:E
steal palear [v] VE delinq.
steal palanquear [v] GT
steal palanquear [v] GT
steal patear [v] EC
steal pegarse [v] HN
steal peinar [v] GT HN SV NI
steal peinarse [v] GT HN SV NI
steal pepear [v] GT
steal pepenar [v] MX NI
steal pericotear [v] PE
steal pescar [v] GT
steal picar [v] VE
steal pijear [v] GT HN
steal pijearse [v] HN
steal pijiar [v] HN
steal piscuñar [v] GT
steal piscuñarse [v] GT
steal rascar [v] SV delinq.
steal prensar [v] SV delinq.
steal serenar [v] SV
steal solfear [v] AR
steal soliviar [v] AR
steal ubicar [v] BO:C
steal tifitear [v] PA CU disused teen
steal uñapiar [v] AR:Nw rur.
steal uñar [v] MX disused
steal suspender [v] HN
steal tacuachar [v] SV
steal talonear [v] GT
steal tamalear [v] SV NI
steal tamalearse [v] SV NI
steal traficar [v] SV delinq.
steal tusquiar [v] SV
steal tapiscar [v] HN
steal visitar [v] HN
steal yipiar [v] PA
steal robo [m]
steal achaque [m] AR
steal chineo [m] EC
steal solfeo [m] AR UY
Idioms
steal dar bajón [v] MX
steal entrarse al baile [v] CO
steal dar garrote [v] NI
steal hacerse el gato bravo [v] NI CR rur.
steal hacer perdedizo [v] MX
steal hacer ñau ñau [v] NI
steal hacer dormir [v] BO
steal echar las cinco repúblicas [v] SV
steal meter las uñas [v] GT HN NI PA BO
steal tocar piano [v] SV NI
steal volar la gallina [v] HN
Colloquial
steal randar [v] ES
steal tocar el piano [v]
steal refalar [v]
steal rapar [v]
steal agarduñar [v]
steal apandar [v]
steal apercollar [v] disused
steal mariscar [v]
steal manganear [v]
steal mochar [v] SCN
steal achacar [v] LAM
steal patraquear [v]
steal pelar la breva [v] SCN
steal zopilotear [v]
steal afanar  [v] AR
steal chorear [v] AR
steal soltar la gata [v] PE
steal echar la gata [v]
steal cepillarse [v]
steal bolsear [v] MX
steal calatearse [v] PE
steal buitrear [v] VE
steal bajar [v] MX GT HN CO EC rare
steal fachar [v] CU
steal jolopiar [v] DO
steal echar las cinco al piano [v] HN
steal maquinear [v] NI delinq.
steal ñafitiar [v] PR
steal ñafiar [v] DO PR VE
steal ñafitear [v] PR
steal melear [v] BO
steal ñafiar [v] DO PR VE
steal ñafitear [v] PR
steal ñafitiar [v] DO PR
steal nagualear [v] MX disused
steal pelar [v] CL
steal recursearse [v] PE
steal raponear [v] CO
steal raponear [v] EC rare
steal refalar [v] AR
steal tirar [v] BO
steal volar [v] MX BO
steal volarse [v] HN SV NI CO BO
steal yopear [v] PA
Slang
steal chingar [v] MX
steal robar [v]
steal huachipiar [v] CL
steal guachipiar [v] CL
steal pelar [v] CL
steal güiñar [v] CL
steal chingarse [v] MX
steal chifiliar [v] PA
steal flaitear [v] CL jail
steal güevear [v] GT HN NI
steal laburar [v] BO delinq.
steal destusar [v] HN SV NI CR delinq.
steal shacar [v] AR delinq.
steal tamarindear [v] HN SV NI delinq.
Business
steal robar [v]
steal ratear [v]
steal sustraer [v]
steal substraer [v]
Law
steal hurtar [v]
steal ratear [v]
steal hurtar
Archaic
steal bailar [v]
Baseball
steal robar [v]
steal robo [m]

Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "steal" im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch : 1 Ergebniss(e)

Spanisch Englisch
Common
steal [v] advance

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "steal" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 286 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
steal horses cuatrero [adj]
General
steal cattle arrear [v] AR MX
steal ore/metals cangallar [v] CL
steal away desbarrar [v]
steal away descabullirse [v]
steal dexterously escamotar [v]
steal and eat tit-bits gazmiar [v]
steal into (the mind) insinuarse [v]
steal cattle pecorear [v]
steal upon the mind pegarse [v]
steal away sustraerse [v]
steal dexterously escamotear [v]
steal a march on ganar por la mano [v]
steal a march on sorprender [v]
steal away from quitar del medio [v]
steal away marcharse a hurtadillas [v]
steal away from ocultar [v]
steal away from esconder [v]
steal off marcharse a hurtadillas [v]
steal along pasar en silencio [v]
steal off escabullirse [v]
steal along avanzar a paso de lobo [v]
steal along deslizarse sin ruido [v]
steal up subir a ocultas [v]
steal down (forth/in/into) descender [v]
steal upon aproximarse sin ruido a [v]
steal upon sorprender [v]
steal over ganar insensiblemente [v]
steal upon apoderarse tranquilamente de [v]
civil servant who used their position to steal money buchona [f] SV derog.
foot plow made with a stick with a steal or stone point that serves to flatten and prepare a plot of land for cultivation chaquitaclla [f] PE BO:S,W,C
female prostitute that drugs her johns to steal from them pepera [f] PE delinq.
difficult to steal ratonera [f] PR delinq.
take out or steal the contents of desvalijar [v]
steal in small quantities sisar [v]
steal something from someone robar algo a alguien [v]
steal by force agallarse [v] PR
steal (criminal slang) alivianar [v] HN
steal something caer [v] MX GT HN NI
steal glances brujear [v] CO
steal something alzar [v] HN NI CR
steal something amachinarse [v] MX
steal something apanar [v] SV
steal something apercollar [v] GT SV PA
steal something brincar [v] SV NI
steal cars brujear [v] HN
steal something acatusiar [v] NI rare
steal something catusear [v] HN NI
steal without intimidating cachar (inglés) [v] NI CR
steal without using force cachar (inglés) [v] NI CR
steal something acepillar [v] PR
steal livestock abigeatear [v] BO rare rur.
steal something bolsear [v] HN
steal something bombearse [v] HN
steal something alzarse [v] HN NI CR
steal something ajenjarse [v] HN
steal something destuzar [v] HN
steal something descamisarse [v] HN
steal something deschorchar [v] HN
steal someone's romantic partner desbancar [v] GT
dismantle a car (especially with the intention of steal the parts) desguajar [v] GT
steal livestock to later sell again cuatrerear [v] AR UY rur.
steal something cutarrear [v] SV
steal a small part of the harvest from the farm's owner (laborer) chalar (del quechua) [v] EC:S
steal parts off the exterior of a car chapiar [v] NI
steal part of something capar [v] NI
steal items from a suitcase in an airport/at a port capar [v] CU
steal something: rob something chopear (inglés chop) [v] PR teen
steal something chorear [v] UY rare
steal something quickly escapear [v] CL
steal a woman's purse carterear [v] SV
steal large amounts carrancear [v] MX derog.
steal metals or metaliferous stones from mines cangallar [v] CL:N rare
steal pieces of an electronic device or a vehicle to use them in another or sell canibalear [v] CU
steal in small quantities gavetear [v] HN SV NI
steal from someone guaraquear [v] CL
steal vehicles and motorcycles jalar [v] CO
steal the belongings and clothing of a drunk person passed out in the street or at a bar lavar [v] BO
steal something levantar [v] GT HN SV NI CR CU BO
steal peaches duraznear [v] GT rare rur.
steal money embolsicarse [v] EC PE CL
steal from someone without them realizing it madrugarse [v] MX GT SV
steal small amounts mordisquear [v] HN
steal treats or fruits to eat ñampear [v] DO PR
steal a wallet piquear [v] PA delinq.
steal food policear [v] HN
steal someone's heart rapear (inglés rap) [v] PR
steal in one's own neighborhood rastrillar [v] UY
steal the spotlight robarse [v] CL
steal jewelry requintear [v] HN SV delinq.
steal earrings by ripping them off tipir [v] BO
dismantled in order to steal the parts (vehicle) desguajado [adj] GT
civil servant who used their position to steal money buchón [m] SV derog.
wire with two points on one end, used to steal electric current cangrejo [m] PA
delinquent who suffocates a person with a rope, usually a taxi driver, to steal their belongings cogotero [m] BO
apparatus used to steal electricity from a street light diablito [m] MX GT
apparatus used to steal electricity from a street light diablo [m] MX
steal the bacon children's game pañuelito [m] AR
male prostitute that drugs his johns to steal from them pepero [m] PE delinq.
Idioms
steal the spotlight llevarse la palma [v]
steal the show llevarse la palma [v]
steal the spotlight robarse el show [v] AMER
steal the show robarse el show [v] AMER
steal someone's thunder hacer caravana con sombrero ajeno [v]
steal a march on someone madrugar a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart conquistarle el corazón a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart (away) conquistarle el corazón a alguien [v]
steal a glance mirar de reojo [v]
steal a march on ganar de mano [v]
steal a march on adelantarse [v]
steal a march on anticiparse [v]
steal a march on tomar la delantera [v]
steal one's thunder quitarle protagonismo a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart robarle el corazón a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart conquistar el corazón de alguien [v]
steal someone's heart enamorar a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart (away) robarle el corazón a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart (away) conquistar el corazón de alguien [v]
steal someone's heart (away) enamorar a alguien [v]
steal someone's heart (away) ganarse el afecto de alguien [v]
steal someone's thunder quitarle el protagonismo a alguien [v]
steal someone's thunder eclipsar a alguien [v]
steal someone's thunder socavar la autoridad de alguien [v]
steal the show acaparar toda la atención [v]
steal the show llevarse todos los aplausos [v]
steal the show ser la sensación [v]
steal the spotlight acaparar toda la atención [v]
steal the spotlight ser la sensación [v]
steal a march on anticiparse a alguien [v]
steal something surreptitiously from someone's pocket bolsiquear a alguien [v]
steal someone's position quitar el sitio a alguien [v]
steal the spotlight robarle a alguien el protagonismo [v]
steal a lot of things or money from someone robarle a alguien hasta los calzoncillos [v]
steal things from someone’s pocket robarle a alguien la cartera [v]
steal things from someone’s pocket robarle a alguien del bolsillo [v]
steal the show robarle a alguien el protagonismo [v]
steal someone's heart robar le el corazón a alguien [v]
steal someone's thunder robarle a alguien el protagonismo [v]
steal freely from someone robarle a alguien hasta los calzoncillos [v]
have a tendency to steal tener la mano larga [v]
have a tendency to steal tener las manos largas [v]
have a tendency to steal tener las uñas largas [v]
have a tendency to steal tener las uñas afiladas [v]
have a tendency to steal tener los cinco muy listos [v]
be inclined to steal tener las manos largas [v]
be inclined to steal tener las uñas largas [v]
be inclined to steal tener las uñas afiladas [v]
be inclined to steal tener los cinco muy listos [v]
steal a march on someone tomarle la delantera a alguien [v]
steal another person's ideas agarrar bolados [v] CR
steal a woman's heart dar agua de clavelito [v] PA
steal or snatch something from somebody dar baje [v] MX
steal in order to buy drugs dar un jolope [v] PR drug
steal an important amount of money that does not pertain to one but rather belongs to a business/activity darse una puñalada [v] CU
steal something from someone dar baje [v] MX
steal something from someone dar bajón [v] MX
steal something dar vajilla [v] MX
steal everything from someone dejar a pie [v] SV delinq.
steal from someone dar la negra [v] GT
steal everything from a place dejar como salón de baile [v] HN
steal someone's money/possessions dejar con los brazos cruzados [v] GT HN
steal money or personal belongings out in the open soltar la gata [v] HN
steal everything but the kitchen sink volarle la gallina [v] HN
what a steal comprar a precio de gallo muerto [v] HN
steal someone's thunder correr la butaca [v] CO
steal from a charity irse el toro con la veta [v] EC:S rur.
steal a wallet from a back pocket hacer de orto [v] CL
steal in a subtle way hacer mano de mano [v] GT
steal everything that's not nailed down llevarse hasta los clavos [v] PR
steal everything that's not nailed down llevarse hasta los clavos de la cruz [v] PR
try to steal a position from someone menear el petate [v] HN
steal the spotlight robar cámara [v] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU VE BO AR UY
steal the spotlight robar cámara [v] CR PR CO PE
steal someone else's ideas robar el libreto [v] PY AR UY
steal someone's partner robarle el mandado [v] NI CR PA PY
steal someone else's ideas robarle el mandado [v] PA
steal the spotlight robarse el show [v] CU VE
steal the spotlight robarse el show [v] HN SV NI PR EC
steal the spotlight robarse la película [v] EC CL UY
steal money or personal belongings out in the open soltar la gata [v] HN
steal someone's ideas vestirse con ropa ajena [v] SV CL AR
steal someone's ideas vestirse con ropa ajena [v] UY rare
steal someone's job vestirse con ropa ajena [v] SV CL AR
steal someone's job vestirse con ropa ajena [v] UY rare
steal the show acaparar toda la atención
steal the spotlight acaparar toda la atención
steal the show llevarse el protagonismo
steal the spotlight llevarse el protagonismo
steal the show llevarse todos los aplausos
steal the spotlight llevarse todos los aplausos
steal the show robarse el protagonismo
steal the spotlight robarse el protagonismo
steal the show ser el centro de atención
steal the spotlight ser el centro de atención
he who will steal the eggs, will steal the hen. quien roba un huevo, roba una gallina (literal)
he who will steal the eggs, will steal the hen. quien roba una vez, acaba por repetir
Colloquial
nab (steal) mangar [v]
steal invaluable things guaguarear [v]
steal things of little value guaguarear [v]
steal the show hacer guaca [v] CAR
steal into a place or creep in by stealth colar [v]
steal one’s money all away robarle todo el dinero a alguien [v]
steal by snatching manotear [v] MX
steal or take something without asking chorrearse algo [v]
steal away hurtar el cuerpo [v]
have a tendency to steal untarse [v]
steal something arrear [v] MX
steal money from a store cash register, generally the cashier cajonear [v] PE
steal something amachinarse [v] MX
steal something cachar (inglés) [v] HN NI
steal somebody's partner bajar [v] MX
steal for one's benefit clavarse [v] MX GT HN SV NI
steal something from someone cumear [v] HN delinq.
steal fruit or vegetables from someone else's garden cuquear [v] BO
steal something chorear [v] CO
steal something chorrear [v] UY
steal something espiantar [v] AR:E disused
steal something from someone without their noticing fajar [v] BO:W
steal something from someone acatusiar [v] NI rare
steal something from someone catusear [v] HN NI
steal something grapear [v] NI
steal while governing the country güebiernar [v] HN
steal merchandise by pretending to buy another item cruzar [v] MX
steal something huevear [v] GT HN SV NI
steal something güevear [v] GT HN NI
steal something huestear [v] HN rur.
steal ore, usually at night, from a mine juquear [v] BO:W,C
break-in to steal enjaularse [v] MX delinq.
steal money embolsarse [v] MX DO EC
steal money embolsicarse [v] BO
steal with deceit and cunning pinchar [v] VE
abuse one's authority to steal voltear [v] BO
ruse to steal money tumbe [m] CO
ruse to steal money túmbilis [m] CO
ruse to steal money tumbis [m] CO
person who breaks a car window to steal what's inside tortolero [m] PY
that's a steal ¡qué robo! (irónicamente)
that's a steal tiradísimo (de precio)
that's a steal una ganga
Phrasals
steal over someone apoderarse de alguien (un sentimiento/gradualmente) [v]
steal over someone recorrer el cuerpo (un sentimiento/gradualmente) [v]
steal away escabullirse [v]
steal over someone ponerse a cubierto de alguien [v]
steal away from someone escabullirse de alguien [v]
steal from someone robarle a alguien [v]
steal a glance at someone robarle una mirada a alguien [v]
steal from someone hurtarle a alguien [v]
steal out of some place escapar de un lugar [v]
steal something from someone robarle algo a alguien [v]
steal something off someone robarle algo a alguien [v]
steal up on someone tomar a alguien por sorpresa [v]
Speaking
it's no crime to steal from a thief ladrón que roba a otro ladrón tiene cien años de perdón
it's no crime to steal from a thief quien roba a ladrón, tiene cien años de perdón
we didn't steal it nosotros no lo robamos
Proverbs
he that steals an egg will steal an ox ladroncillo de agujeta, después sube a barjuleta [old-fashioned]
Slang
woman who drugs men in order to steal from them dormilona [f] PA delinq.
to steal afanar [v] AR BO UY
steal something from someone soplar algo a alguien [v]
steal something chorearse [v] CL
steal something arreglar [v] HN NI jail
steal something bambolear [v] SV delinq.
steal something chorear [v] BO
steal something chorear [v] PE BO CL AR VE EC
force open doors or windows to rob or steal falsear [v] HN NI CR EC jail
steal in order to buy drugs cañonear [v] PR drug
steal something güevearse [v] HN NI
steal from someone ganar [v] NI BO teen delinq.
Law
steal something with a sudden movement escamotear [v]
steal an intellectual product plagiar [v]
Engineering
cycles steal robo de ciclos
Geology
steal ore huaillaripear [v] PE
Medicine
subclavian steal syndrome síndrome del robo de la subclavia
iliac steal robo ilíaco
renal-splanchnic steal robo renal-esplácnico
Psychology
subclavian steal secuestro subclavio
Aeronautics
high carbon steal acero duro
high carbon steal acero rico en carbono
Sports
steal the ball robar el balón [v]
Baseball
steal a base robar una base [v]
swipe or steal (a base) estafar [v]
steal a base estafar [v] NI PR VE
allow players to steal bases soltar [v] CU
delayed steal robo retardado [m]
double steal doble robo [m]
steal bases robar bases [loc/v] CU
steal a base robarse la base [loc/v] MX NI PA CU DO PR VE