- vt. & vi. 抢夺; 抢劫; 掠夺 take property from a place unlawfully and often by force
take something away by force or without the consent of the owner;
"The burglars robbed him of all his money"
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
- Not only do they rob you, they smash everything too.
- The robber in arms wanted to rob the bank.
- Ah, I know, it is your desire to rob me of all my gains. I will not disappoint you!
- He said he would not rob again.
- They robbed the woman.
- They robbed the little girl.
- They robbed the rich to help the poor.
- The criminal was not in his right mind when he robbed his elder sister's.
- In San Francisco,three men robbed a bank last night.
- We are robbed by that man.
- The bank was robbed last night.
- One witness testified that he had seen the prisoner run out of the bank after it had been robbed.
- rob of (v.+prep.)
剥夺(某人)… deprive sb of sth
rob sb of sth
He robbed me of my money.
The robbers robbed the bank of 100，000 dollars.
They knocked me down and robbed me of my wallet.
Fear robbed him of speech.
An accident robbed him of his life.
You have robbed me of my happiness.
The court robbed the criminal of his civil right.
He was robbed of his week's wages by a pickpocket.
I was robbed of my cash and cheque-book.
- rob a bank 抢银行
- rob the little girl 抢了小女孩的东西
- rob the passengers 抢劫旅客
- rob the rich to help the poor 劫富济贫
- rob boldly 大胆抢夺
- rob brazenly 厚颜无耻地抢夺
- rob impudently 厚颜无耻地抢夺
- rob insidiously 不知不觉地抢夺
- rob slyly 偷偷摸摸地抢夺
- rob successfully 成功地抢夺
- rob systematically 系统地抢夺
The troubles of life had..robbed the elder lady of her beauty.出自： A. Trollope
An enterprising thief could rob her of all her money.出自： I. Murdoch
His bailiff has been robbing him for years.出自： V. S. Pritchett
My Chanel suit cost 70 quid, and even then..I was robbed.出自：Sunday Express
- 说“抢劫某人的东西”或“剥夺某人有权享受的东西”时,要用 rob sb. of sth.句型。
- rob, deprive, steal
- He said he would not rob the bank again.他说他不再抢劫银行了。
- They robbed the woman.他们抢了那个妇女。
- He was robbed of his week's wages by a pickpocket.他一周的薪金被扒手夺去了。
- An accident deprived him of his life.事故使他丧失了生命。
- The court deprived the criminal of his civil right.法庭剥夺了那罪犯的公民权。
- He was deprived the right of vote.他被剥夺了选举权。
- rob, burglarize, deprive, loot, plunder, rifle
- 这组词都有“剥夺”“抢夺”的意思。其区别在于:rob指用公然恐吓、暴力或哄骗等非法手段剥夺他人的财物或名誉、地位、权利等; burglarize指夜间潜入某处偷盗,但不一定达到目的; deprive的对象可以是“权利”“资格”等抽象的东西,但不可接表示场所的名词; loot指不顾法律或道德、不顾死活或见利忘义地抢劫,暗示应受到谴责; rifle指闯入房间或某地搜劫,可以是抢劫一空,也可暗示搜寻某物; plunder指大规模或大范围地掠夺。
- fleece 羊毛
- mug 脸
- deprive 剥夺
- take from 减少
- hold up 举起
- stick up 竖起
- raid 突然袭击
- pickpocket 扒手
- cheat 欺骗
- strip 剥去
- drain 排出
- steal 偷
- sack 袋子
- thieve 偷
- pillage 掠夺
- pilfer 盗
- plunder 掠夺
- filch 偷(不贵重的东西)...
- loot 掠夺品
- burglarize 入室盗窃
- pirate 海盗
- dispossess 剥夺
- embezzle 盗用
- harry 不断骚扰
- despoil 夺取
- rifle 步枪
- gazump 房价谈妥后又抬价改售给（...
- soak 使浸透
- pluck 摘
- overcharge 讨价过高
- plume 羽毛
- hook 钩
- surcharge 额外费