Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rob"

The meaning of "Rob" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'll rob you blind mean?
A: “Blind” used to have a slang meaning for everything or total. To rob someone blind is to take absolutely everything from someone.
Q: What does rob Peter to pay paul mean?
A: Stealing from one person to be able to pay someone else.
Q: What does You tried to rob my ass. mean?
A: You say this when you are angry at someone for stealing from you or tricking you to lose money. Since you say “tried” (root word “to try”), it means the robber was unsuccessful, but you are still upset. “My ass” is just an expression, literally means your butt, but is used to emphasize that the potential robbery could cause personal harm to you.
Q: What does holding rob mean?
A: what sentence did you see this in. Doesn't make much sense on its own.

Example sentences using "Rob"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rob, steal and burgle .
A: Rob implies threat of or actual violence.
To rob a bank, buy a gun.

Steal implies that it was done covertly.
To steal from a bank, get a job at that same bank first.

Burgle implies breaking in when nobody is there and sounds strange with a bank.
The bank manager's house was burgled while he was at work. They stole his TV.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rob blind.
A: yeah you did!! thank you so much😄😄
Q: Please show me example sentences with rob, steal, burgle and mug.
Also, I would like know the difference..
A: Robbing and stealing mean similar things, though stealing is more stealthy than robbing in most cases. You rob a place or a person, but you steal a thing. To burgle means to break into a house or building and steal things, and to mug means to be threatened or to be beaten up and then have your things stolen.

The criminal robbed the store last night. He stole $30.

Somebody burgled my house last night! (This sounds awkward, most would say he broke into my house.)

I was mugged last night on the way home. He said he’d hurt me if I didn’t give him my wallet.

I hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with steal / rob.
A: EX:
"Hey, I'm going to go steal that piece of candy over there."
Q: Please show me example sentences with rob off .
A: I think you are referring to the term "rub off"

Her joyfulness is rubbing off on me.
Your positive attitude can easily rub off on your kids.


Rub off means be transferred

Synonyms of "Rob" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rob and steal ?
A: They both mean the same
Q: What is the difference between rob someone and mug someone ?
A: To rob someone is to steal from them. Is to assault them, usually with the intention of stealing from them.

My house was broken into and I was robbed.

I was mugged in an alley and badly injured.
Q: What is the difference between rob and steal ?
A: You rob a store.

Rob= to steal things from

You steal a watch.

Steal is used for objects
Q: What is the difference between to rob and to steal ?
A: Formally to rob is to steal from people or a place using force or the threat of force. To steal is to permanently deprive someone of something. Many native speakers do not get this right! For example if you go into a bank and present a false cheque you are not robbing the bank as no threat of force or actual force was used......You are however stealing from the bank.
Q: What is the difference between rob and stole ?
A: They both basically mean the same thing

But the word "rob" focuses on a place or a person while "stole" focuses on something that is taken

"Lets go and rob that house"
"I stole a TV"

Translations of "Rob"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rob
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? to rob
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Other questions about "Rob"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce rob and rub .
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Q: They robbed them $5. does this sound natural?
A: They ripped them off for $5.
Q: I got robbed.

or

I got rob.

does this sound natural?
A: I got robbed is the correct way of saying that. “I got Rob” sounds like you have a man named Rob with you
Q: Can I use "rob" in ↓sentence

"I had O done"
Ex)I had my bag stolen


A: "I got robbed." / "My bag got robbed."
"Someone robbed me." / "Someone robbed me of my bag."
Q: I am not going to let you to rob me does this sound natural?
A: .... let you rob me.

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