robo


robo
m.
1 robbery, theft (atraco, hurto).
robo a mano armada armed robbery
ser un robo to be daylight robbery (precios)
2 stolen goods (cosa robada).
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: robar.
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robo
nombre masculino
1 (gen) theft, robbery; (en casa) burglary; (en banco) robbery
2 (en naipes) draw
3 figurado (estafa) robbery
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FRASEOLOGÍA
cometer un robo to commit a robbery
ser un robo (muy caro) to be daylight robbery
robo a mano armada armed robbery
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noun m.
burglary, robbery, theft
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SM
1) [de dinero, objetos] theft; [en vivienda] burglary; [en tienda, banco] robbery

robo a mano armada — armed robbery

robo con allanamiento — breaking and entering

robo con escalo — breaking and entering ( climbing over a wall )

robo de identidades — identity theft

2) (=estafa)

¡esto es un robo! — this is daylight robbery!

¿cinco mil por una camiseta? ¡vaya robo! — five thousand for a T-shirt? what a rip-off! *

3) (=cosa robada) stolen article; (=cosas robadas) stolen goods pl
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masculino
a) (en banco, museo) robbery; (hurto de dinero, objeto) theft
b) (en vivienda) burglary; (forzando la entrada) break-in
c) (fam) (estafa) rip-off (colloq)
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= theft, burglary, robbery, larceny, stealing, thieving, rustling, daylight robbery, depredation, depredation, plundering, thievery, break-in.
Nota: Con allanamiento de morada.
Ex. I have never seen any statistics showing that nonbook materials are more subject to theft than books.
Ex. This article describes the means of protecting the library against burglary, fire and unauthorised borrowing.
Ex. Crimes against the person include homicide, rape, assault and robbery.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Library and archival crime: some recent larcenies, misappropriations and other peccadilloes'.
Ex. The stealing of books and mutilation of reading materials are common in many libraries: only the magnitude of the crime may differ.
Ex. A major concern for organisations today is the protection of competitive information from thieving.
Ex. The disease spread rapidly through rustling of sick or infected animals.
Ex. Health-care price hike is daylight robbery.
Ex. Libraries and archives are the subject of increasing depredations by thieves and vandals.
Ex. Libraries and archives are the subject of increasing depredations by thieves and vandals.
Ex. The focus of the study was the plundering of Jewish gold in the German death camps.
Ex. Due to economic depression, lap dog thievery is now on the increase.
Ex. An hapless burglar was left hanging upside down outside a house after trapping a shoelace on a window during a break-in.
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* antirrobo = anti-theft.
* a prueba de robos = theft proof.
* cometer un robo = execute + theft.
* detección de robos = theft detection.
* dispositivo de detección de robos = theft detection device.
* intento de robo fallido = failed robbery attempt.
* llevar a cabo un robo = execute + theft, pull off + heist.
* robo a mano armada = armed robbery, highway robbery.
* robo con allanamiento de morada = burglary.
* robo con cómplice interno = inside job.
* robo con los inquilinos dentro = home invasion.
* robo de ganado = cattle rustling.
* robo de identidad = identity theft.
* robo de libros = book stealing, book theft.
* robo de pertenencias = theft of belongings.
* robo perpetrado por alguien de dentro = inside job.
* robo por medio del tirón = purse snatching.
* sistema electrónico de detección de robos = electronic theft detection system.
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masculino
a) (en banco, museo) robbery; (hurto de dinero, objeto) theft
b) (en vivienda) burglary; (forzando la entrada) break-in
c) (fam) (estafa) rip-off (colloq)
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= theft, burglary, robbery, larceny, stealing, thieving, rustling, daylight robbery, depredation, depredation, plundering, thievery, break-in.
Nota: Con allanamiento de morada.

Ex: I have never seen any statistics showing that nonbook materials are more subject to theft than books.

Ex: This article describes the means of protecting the library against burglary, fire and unauthorised borrowing.
Ex: Crimes against the person include homicide, rape, assault and robbery.
Ex: The article is entitled 'Library and archival crime: some recent larcenies, misappropriations and other peccadilloes'.
Ex: The stealing of books and mutilation of reading materials are common in many libraries: only the magnitude of the crime may differ.
Ex: A major concern for organisations today is the protection of competitive information from thieving.
Ex: The disease spread rapidly through rustling of sick or infected animals.
Ex: Health-care price hike is daylight robbery.
Ex: Libraries and archives are the subject of increasing depredations by thieves and vandals.
Ex: Libraries and archives are the subject of increasing depredations by thieves and vandals.
Ex: The focus of the study was the plundering of Jewish gold in the German death camps.
Ex: Due to economic depression, lap dog thievery is now on the increase.
Ex: An hapless burglar was left hanging upside down outside a house after trapping a shoelace on a window during a break-in.
* antirrobo = anti-theft.
* a prueba de robos = theft proof.
* cometer un robo = execute + theft.
* detección de robos = theft detection.
* dispositivo de detección de robos = theft detection device.
* intento de robo fallido = failed robbery attempt.
* llevar a cabo un robo = execute + theft, pull off + heist.
* robo a mano armada = armed robbery, highway robbery.
* robo con allanamiento de morada = burglary.
* robo con cómplice interno = inside job.
* robo con los inquilinos dentro = home invasion.
* robo de ganado = cattle rustling.
* robo de identidad = identity theft.
* robo de libros = book stealing, book theft.
* robo de pertenencias = theft of belongings.
* robo perpetrado por alguien de dentro = inside job.
* robo por medio del tirón = purse snatching.
* sistema electrónico de detección de robos = electronic theft detection system.

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robo
masculine
A
1 (en un banco, museo) robbery; (en una vivienda) burglary; (forzando la entrada) break-in
2 (hurto de dinero, de un objeto) theft
Compuestos:
robo a mano armada
armed robbery
robo de identidad
identity theft
B (fam) (estafa) rip-off (colloq)
¡esto es un robo (a mano armada)! this is a rip-off o this is daylight robbery! (colloq)
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Del verbo robar: (conjugate robar)

robo es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

robó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
robar    
robo
robar (conjugate robar) verbo transitivo
1
a)dinero/bolsoto steal;

bancoto rob;
robole algo a algn to steal sth from sb;
le robó dinero a su jefe he stole some money from his boss;

le robaron el bolso she had her bag stolen
b) (raptar) ‹niñoto abduct, kidnap

2 (estafar) to cheat, rip off (colloq)
3 (Jueg) (en naipes, dominó) to draw, pick up (colloq)
verbo intransitivo
to steal;
roboon en la casa de al lado the house next door was broken into;

¡me han robado! I've been robbed!
robo sustantivo masculino
a) (en banco, museo) robbery;

(hurto de dinero, objeto) theft;
robo a mano armada armed robbery

b) (en vivienda) burglary;

(forzando la entrada) break-in
c) (fam) (estafa) rip-off (colloq)

robar verbo transitivo
1 (cosas materiales) to steal: robar algo a alguien, to steal sthg from sb
(a una persona, un banco) to rob: me robaron en la calle, I was robbed in the street
(en una casa) to burgle: anoche robaron en casa de mi vecino, my neighbour's house was burgled last night
2 (el tiempo) to take up: debo robarte unos minutos para que me expliques este problema, may I take a few minutes of your time and ask you to explain this problem to me?
le roba horas al estudio para ver la televisión, he spends hours of his study time watching TV
3 (metros de un espacio) to take off
4 Naipes to draw, pick up
To steal se aplica a lo que el ladrón se lleva (dinero, joyas, etc.). To rob se refiere al lugar desde donde se lo lleva (un banco, una casa). To burgle significa entrar en una casa con la intención de robar.
persona acto verbo
ladrón robo robar
thief theft
robber robbery to rob
to steal
burglar burglary to burgle
robo sustantivo masculino
1 (de cosas materiales) theft: llamaron inmediatamente para avisar del robo, they called to report the theft immediately
(en un banco, etc) robbery
(en una casa) burglary
2 (cosa robada) stolen article
3 fam (de precios) daylight robbery: en ciertas tiendas para turistas los precios son un robo, certain souvenir shops are a ripoff ➣ Ver nota en robar
'robo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
botín
- golpe
- implicar
- intento
- miserable
- robar
- saco
- tentativa
- tirón
- condenar
- denuncia
- denunciar
- hurto
- participación
English:
armed robbery
- break-in
- burglary
- daylight
- insure
- larceny
- premeditated
- raid
- robbery
- snatch
- theft
- tip off
- wrongly
- armed
- break
- identity
- rip-off
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robo nm
1. [atraco] robbery;
[hurto] theft; [en casa] burglary
Comp
robo a mano armada armed robbery;
robo de identidad identity theft
2. [cosa robada] stolen goods
3. Fam
ser un robo [precios] to be daylight robbery;
¡qué robo! what a rip-off!
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robo
m de banco robbery; en casa burglary;
ser un robo fig be a rip-off fam
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robo nm
: robbery, theft
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robo n
1. (de dinero, objeto) theft / stealing
el robo de las joyas the theft of the jewellery
fue detenido por robo he was arrested for stealing
2. (a una persona, en un banco) robbery [pl. robberies]
3. (en una casa) burglary [pl. burglaries]
hubo un robo en casa de mi vecino my neighbour's house was burgled
robo a mano armada armed robbery

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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