thieve

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thieve

 (thēv)
tr. & intr.v. thieved, thiev·ing, thieves
To take (something) by theft or commit theft.

[Perhaps from Old English thēofian, from thēof, thief.]

thieve

(θiːv)
vb
to steal (someone's possessions)
[Old English thēofian, from thēof thief]
ˈthievery n

thieve

(θiv)

v.t., v.i. thieved, thiev•ing.
to steal.
[before 950; Old English thēofian, derivative of theōf thief (not recorded in Middle English)]
thiev′ing•ly, adv.

thieve


Past participle: thieved
Gerund: thieving

Imperative
thieve
thieve
Present
I thieve
you thieve
he/she/it thieves
we thieve
you thieve
they thieve
Preterite
I thieved
you thieved
he/she/it thieved
we thieved
you thieved
they thieved
Present Continuous
I am thieving
you are thieving
he/she/it is thieving
we are thieving
you are thieving
they are thieving
Present Perfect
I have thieved
you have thieved
he/she/it has thieved
we have thieved
you have thieved
they have thieved
Past Continuous
I was thieving
you were thieving
he/she/it was thieving
we were thieving
you were thieving
they were thieving
Past Perfect
I had thieved
you had thieved
he/she/it had thieved
we had thieved
you had thieved
they had thieved
Future
I will thieve
you will thieve
he/she/it will thieve
we will thieve
you will thieve
they will thieve
Future Perfect
I will have thieved
you will have thieved
he/she/it will have thieved
we will have thieved
you will have thieved
they will have thieved
Future Continuous
I will be thieving
you will be thieving
he/she/it will be thieving
we will be thieving
you will be thieving
they will be thieving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been thieving
you have been thieving
he/she/it has been thieving
we have been thieving
you have been thieving
they have been thieving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been thieving
you will have been thieving
he/she/it will have been thieving
we will have been thieving
you will have been thieving
they will have been thieving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been thieving
you had been thieving
he/she/it had been thieving
we had been thieving
you had been thieving
they had been thieving
Conditional
I would thieve
you would thieve
he/she/it would thieve
we would thieve
you would thieve
they would thieve
Past Conditional
I would have thieved
you would have thieved
he/she/it would have thieved
we would have thieved
you would have thieved
they would have thieved
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.thieve - take by theft; "Someone snitched my wallet!"
steal - take without the owner's consent; "Someone stole my wallet on the train"; "This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation"

thieve

verb steal, nick (slang, chiefly Brit.), rob, pinch (informal), poach, plunder, half-inch (old-fashioned slang), embezzle, blag (slang), pilfer, snitch (slang), purloin, filch, have sticky fingers (informal), peculate These people can't help thieving. steal

thieve

verb
To take (another's property) without permission:
Informal: lift, swipe.
Translations
يَسْرُق
krást
stjæle
stela

thieve

[θiːv] VT, VIrobar, hurtar

thieve

vtistehlen

thieve

[θiːv] virubare

thief

(θiːv) plural thieves (θiːvs) noun
a person who steals. The thief got away with all my money.
thieve (θiːf) verb
to steal. He is always thieving my pencils.