looter

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
çapulcu
yağmacı

Yağmacılar mezardan antik eserler çaldı. - Looters stole ancient artifacts from the tomb.

Yağmacı, vurguncu, hortumcu
{i} vurguncu
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{f} yağmalamak
loot
{i} yağma

Yağma, tecavüz ve talan, savaş sırasında yaygındır. - Looting, raping, and plundering are common during wartime.

Yağmacılar mezardan antik eserler çaldı. - Looters stole ancient artifacts from the tomb.

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talan

Yağma, tecavüz ve talan, savaş sırasında yaygındır. - Looting, raping, and plundering are common during wartime.

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ganimet

Hırsızlar ganimetlerini böldü. - The thieves split up their loot.

Bu senin ganimet payın. - This is your share of the loot.

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kanunsuz kazanç
loot
ganimet olarak zaptetmek
loot
çalıntı mallar
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(Argo) mangır
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çapullamak
looters
çapulcular
looters
çapulcu
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yağma etmek
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çapul
loot
{f} yağmala

Süpermarketi yağmalamaya gidelim! - Let's go to loot the supermarket!

Protestocular bir polis arabası tahrip etti ve çeşitli işletmeleri yağmaladı. - Protestors destroyed a police car and looted several businesses.

loot
para
loot
{i} yağmalama

Süpermarketi yağmalamaya gidelim! - Let's go to loot the supermarket!

Herhangi bir yağmalamaya katlanmayacağız. - We won't tolerate any looting.

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(fiil) yağmalamak
loot
{f} talan etmek
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yağma çapul
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vurgun
loot
{i} argo mangır, para
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
One who loots, who steals during a general disturbance such as a riot or natural disaster

After the hurricane, before law was restored, looters stole everything that wasn't nailed down.

someone who takes spoils or plunder (as in war)
A plunderer
{i} spoiler, plunderer, raider, robber
A looter is a person who steals things from shops or houses, for example during a war or riot
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Items dropped from defeated enemies in video games and online games
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Goods, commonly money or jewelery, obtained through theft, robbery, etc
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to examine the corpse of a fallen enemy for loot
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to steal, especially as part of war, riot or other group violence
loot
to plunder
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The act of plundering
loot
Plunder; booty; especially, the booty taken in a conquered or sacked city
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informal terms for money
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Money
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The proceeds of theft, robbery etc., swag, contraband
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goods or money obtained illegally take illegally; of intellectual property; "This writer plundered from famous authors
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To plunder; to carry off as plunder or a prize lawfully obtained by war
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take illegally; of intellectual property; "This writer plundered from famous authors"
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If people loot shops or houses, they steal things from them, for example during a war or riot. The trouble began when gangs began breaking windows and looting shops There have been reports of youths taking advantage of the general confusion to loot and steal. + looting loot·ing In the country's largest cities there has been rioting and looting
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If someone loots things, they steal them, for example during a war or riot. The town has been plagued by armed thugs who have looted food supplies and terrorized the population
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goods or money obtained illegally
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steal goods; take as spoils; "During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners"
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Loot is stolen money or goods. Most criminals steal in order to sell their loot for cash on the black market. = plunder, spoils. a magazine, sold in the UK, which only contains advertisements by people who want to sell their cars or old furniture, rent their homes, buy a house etc. to steal things, especially from shops or homes that have been damaged in a war or riot
loot
{f} plunder, rob and destroy, steal, despoil
loot
{i} booty, spoil, plunder; money (Slang)
looters
plural of looter
looter
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