- vt. & vi. 偷 unlawfully take away sth which belongs to sb else
- [C] [U] 便宜货 good bargain; easy task
an advantageous purchase;
"she got a bargain at the auction"
"the stock was a real buy at that price"
a stolen base; an instance in which a base runner advances safely during the delivery of a pitch (without the help of a hit or walk or passed ball or wild pitch)
take without the owner's consent;
"Someone stole my wallet on the train"
"This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation"
"The ship slipped away in the darkness"
steal a base
- He was sent into prison for stealing.
- He stole a glance at the pretty girl across the table.
- Despite fine acting by several well-known stars, it was a young newcomer who stole the show.
- The number of book steal from the library is large.
- Ladies and gentlemen, it's a steal at only $50.'
- It is a crime to steal.
- When he studied in middle school, he was dismissed for stealing.
- He stole cautiously around to the back door.
- Someone stole her jewellery while she was away.
- Our army stole a march on the enemy and reached the crossroads an hour ahead of them.
- They've stolen our liberty and we'll never get it back.
- She stole all hearts.
- Peter appeared only once in the play, but he stole the show and eclipsed all the leading actors.
- John announced the news before Peter had a chance, stealing his thunder.
- She stole a glance at me when I talked with her father.
- My bike has been stolen.
- His jokes were borrowed and stolen all over the country.
- She stole him an umbrella.
- He stole her a necklace.
- Little Daff stole his mother some sugar.
- He stole a hen for her.
- I wasn't thinking of buying a camera like this, but it was such a steal that I couldn't resist.
- Let me sell you one of these skirts, they are a real steal.
- At ￡5 this camera was a steal.
- This dress is a steal at 20 yuan .
- We got a lorry load of coal at a steal.
- steal along (v.+adv.)
悄悄前进 secretly go ahead
The cat steals along under the hedge till it comes near the bird,and then suddenly springs and seizes it.
- steal away (v.+adv.)
偷走(某物) take sth without permission
He stole away at night, leaving a letter on my pillow.
Then steal away, give little warning.
那就悄悄地走吧,尽量别让人知道。steal sth ⇔ away
A pickpocket stole away all his money.
Mary stole away your heart.
- steal from (v.+prep.)
偷偷地离开 leave silently and secretly
steal from sth
He stole from the rich to give the poor.
Would you steal from your own family?
你会从自己家里偷东西吗?steal sth from sth
How much jewellery did the thieves steal from the house?
小偷从这家窃走了多少珠宝?steal sth from sb
He managed to steal a kiss from the girl.
他冷不防吻了那姑娘一下。steal from sth
The boy stole from the room while they were talking about his punishment.
- steal into (v.+prep.)
偷偷地进入 get in secretly
steal into sth
The thief stealthily stole into the house.
- steal on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
悄悄地来到 come down unsoundlyThe winter has stolen on us.不知不觉地冬天已经来到了。
- steal out (v.+adv.)
(从…)偷偷地溜出 run away secretly
steal out of sth
He stole out of the room.
- steal over (v.+prep.)
不知不觉地向…袭来,对…产生影响 pass over or have a gradual effect on sb
steal over sb/sth
Feeling of infinitive melancholy stole over him.
A smile stole over his face.
- steal up on (v.+adv.+prep.)
降临到某人身上 begin to happen to, reach, or have an effect on sb graduallyDoubt stole up on me about his truthfulness.我渐渐地对他的真诚产生了怀疑。
- steal a glance at 偷看
- steal a kiss from sb 偷吻某人
- steal a painting 偷走一幅画
- steal a sight of 偷看
- steal information 盗窃情报
- steal money 偷钱
- steal sb's heart 巧妙地博得某人的欢心
- steal accidentally 意外偷窃
- steal angrily 愤怒地偷窃
- steal bravely 大胆地偷窃
- steal casually 漫不经心地偷窃
- steal cautiously 小心翼翼地偷偷行动
- steal consistently 一致地偷窃
- steal constantly 不断地偷窃
- steal covertly 偷偷摸摸地偷窃
- steal cunningly 巧妙地偷窃
- steal daringly 大胆地偷窃
- steal deliberately 有意地偷窃
- steal desperately 不顾一切地偷窃
- steal discreetly 谨慎地偷
- steal episodically 偶尔偷窃
- steal eventually 最终偷窃
- steal extemporaneously 临时偷窃
- steal finally 最终偷窃
- steal frequently 不断地偷窃
- steal furtively 偷偷摸摸地行动
- steal hastily 急速地偷窃
- steal heartlessly 无意地偷窃
- steal hideously 令人惊骇地偷窃
- steal instinctively 本能地偷窃
- steal involuntarily 不由自主地偷窃
- steal noiselessly 悄悄地偷窃
- steal purposely 有目的地偷窃
- steal rapidly 迅速偷窃
- steal reluctantly 不情愿地偷窃
- steal resolutely 果断地偷窃
- steal satisfactorily 满意地偷窃
- steal simultaneously 同时偷窃
- steal slyly 狡猾地偷窃
- steal softly 轻轻地溜出
- steal speedily 快速地偷窃
- steal successfully 成功地偷窃
- steal symbolically 象征性地偷窃
- steal unanimously 一致偷窃
- steal very slowly 缓慢偷窃
- steal victoriously 成功地偷窃
- steal along 悄悄地前进
- steal away 偷偷溜走
- steal by 悄然流逝
- steal in 溜进来
- steal out 溜出去
- steal round 偷偷地绕到后门
- steal up 不知不觉地来到,开始
My purse had been stolen while I slept..and I had no money.出自： A. Davis
Charles had been sent down from university for stealing books.出自： M. Lane
- steal, deprive, rob
- 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。
- steal, filch, lift, pinch, purloin
- His father caught him filching apples.父亲撞见他偷苹果。
- Long passages in this textbook have been lifted from other authors.教科书中有很长篇幅是摘录其他作者的文章。
- The thief pinched her purse and ran.小偷偷了她的皮夹子跑了。
- My car's been purloined.我的汽车被偷了。
- He stole my book.
- He stole my book from me.
误 I had my wallet steal in the bus.
正 I had my wallet stolen in the bus.
析 “have sth+动词的过去分词”表示“某事情由他人来做”; “have sb+不带 to的动词不定式”表示“让他人来做某事”。他偷了我的东西。
误 He stole me.
正 He stole something from me.我在商场时自行车被偷了。
误 I was stolen of my bicycle while I was in the shop.
正 My bicycle was stolen while I was in the shop.
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的stelan；最初源自原始日耳曼语的stelanan，意为盗窃。