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Yankesicilere dikkat edin. - Beware of pickpockets.

Yankesiciyi yakasından yakaladı. - He seized the pickpocket by the collar.

(isim) yankesici
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a pickpocket
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To pick pockets; to steal
One who steals from the pocket of a passerby. Usually using sleight of hand as a means
{n} one that steals out of a pcoket
a thief who steals from the pockets or purses of others in public places
A pickpocket is a person who steals things from people's pockets or bags in public places. someone who steals things from people's pockets, especially in a crowd
One who steals purses or other articles from pockets
{i} one who steals from the pockets of others
reverse pickpocket
Alternative form of reverse-pickpocket
reverse pickpocket
One who reverse-pickpockets, that is, who puts stuff in people's pockets without their knowledge

Rashid gave his sister a staunch, comforting hug and deftly slipped, like a reverse pickpocket, several bills of money into the un-protesting pocket of her gown.

To slip something into someone's pocket or pocketbook, without their knowledge, as a gesture of generosity

But when no one's watching he will slip hundreds inside palms and pocketbooks of poor people—reverse-pickpocket them—or bolt out of a car to help someone old hobble across the street.

Resembling or in the manner of a reverse pickpocket

and then, as he passes behind his running back, who is crouched in the blocking stance that is a signature staple of the original draw play, he slides the ball under his outside arm and into his gut in a reverse-pickpocket move before continuing on toward the sideline and executing a melodramatically mimed toss downfield.

plural of pickpocket