|robbed, taken without permission, steal||stolen|
|(Slang) inform, tattle; pilfer, snatch, steal, (Slang) informer, tattle-tale; thief, pilferer, pilfer something||snitch|
|2-beat gait, distance covered in a step, do something at controlled rate, gait of horse, measure by counting steps, move at a pace, prep. with the permission of, with the indulgence of, set the speed of something, speed in performance, speed of events,...||pace|
|abandon person, abandon place, forsake; leave the army without permission, arid area, barren land, deprived place, leave army without permission, lifeless place, punishment or reward, wasteland, area where there is little rainfall||desert|
|abandonment; act of leaving the army without permission, deserting from army||desertion|
|abduct somebody, steal, take away by force (of a child or person)||kidnap|
|abduct, get rid of, kill, steal||make away with|
|absent from military duties without authorization, AWOL, absent without permission||absent without leave|
|absent, be absent, be lazy, one who stays out of school without permission, one who is absent; one who evades his responsibilities, shirker, somebody absent from school||truant|
|absenteeism, condition of being one who stays out of school without permission; condition of being one who evades his responsibilities; an instance of being truant, occasion of being absent, state or act of being absent from school (or work, etc.) with...||truancy|
|act of breaking into safes in order to steal their contents||safecracking|
|act of bringing in; right to enter, entrance to place, measure of flow of current, permission to go in||admittance|
|act of endorsing, advertising testimonial, official approval or permission, policy alteration, public support, signature or written comment||endorsement; indorsement|
|act of hijacking, act of commandeering by force, highjack, seize aircraft, ship, or train, steal goods which are being taken from one place to another; stop and rob a vehicle; seize an airplane or other vehicle by force, steal idea, steal something fro...||hijack|
|add something to something, attach a quality to something, attached document, attachment, auxiliary building, incorporate, append (territory, etc.); join, connect, see also:annexe, steal, take over territory||annex|
|agree about something, agree; approve, agreement, accord, consensus, give permission for something||consent|
|allow something, allow yourself something, document giving permission, let, enable; allow; authorize, sanction, license; written permission; authorization, make something possible||permit|
|allowing freedom of behavior, giving permission, optional, tending to grant permission, allowing; indulgent, lax||permissive|
|aloof, back of stage, located at rear, move upstage causing another actor to turn his back to the audience (Theatre); draw attention away from another, steal the show; treat someone haughtily, outdo somebody else, snobbish, arrogant, haughty (Informal)...||upstage|
|approach; entry; attack of a disease; permission to enter a computer system and/or retrieve data (Computers), call up||access|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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