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illegal
adj. against the law
steal
[I, T] to secretly take something that does not belong to you, without intending to return it:
stole
past tense of steal
stolen
past participle of steal
property
1.[U] objects that belong to someone:
commit (a crime)
1.CRIME to do something that is considered wrong, or that is illegal:
break the law
OPP obey the law
offence
1.CRIME [C] a crime: 2.UPSET [U] the feeling of being upset or angry by something rude someone says :
offender
someone who has committed a crime: SYN criminal /ˈkrɪmɪnəl/
jail
a place where criminals are kept as a punishment:
theft
the action or crime of stealing something (secretly)
thief
someone who secretly steals things: ( plural thieves /θiːvz/)
robbery
stealing from a person or place , often using violence .
robber
someone who steals:(usually with plan)
burglary
the ​crime of ​illegally ​entering a ​building and ​stealing things
burglar
someone who gets into buildings illegally and steals things
shoplifting
the crime of stealing things from a shop
mugging
an attack in a public place in which money, etc is stolen from someone
assault
an attack: hurting someone physically
attacker
a person who uses violence to hurt someone:
stab
to push a knife into someone:
deliberately
intentionally, having planned to do something:
investigation
the ​act or ​process of ​examining a ​crime, ​problem, ​statement, etc. ​carefully, ​especially to ​discover the ​truth:
investigate
to try to discover all the facts about something, especially a crime or accident:
witness
someone who sees an accident or crime:
fingerprint
the mark made on something by the pattern of curved lines on the end of someone's finger:
suspect
a ​person ​believed to have ​committed a ​crime or done something ​wrong, or something ​believed to have ​caused something ​bad:
the prosecution
[group] the lawyers who are prosecuting someone in a court of law:
the accused
the person or people who are accused of a crime in a court of law
defendant
the person in a court who is accused of a crime
the defence
[group] the lawyers in a court who work in support of the person who is accused of a crime:
innocent
not guilty of committing a crime:
guilty
having broken a law:
sentence
to ​decide and say ​officially what a ​punishment will be: