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

The meaning of "Steal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does stole mean?
A: Steal = Robar

"Stole" esta en pasado, así que es Robó
Q: What does It's a steal at $20. mean?
A: it means that the item is considered to be at a bargain price or a price where one is surprised to see it as such. Like "Wow! Those jeans are only $20? What a steal!" You can also use it to justify purchasing something to yourself, "hmm, this product is a steal at $10. I should buy it now in case the price goes up or it's more expensive at a different store"
Q: What does steal free mean?
Q: What does steal up mean?
A: I think it should be, 'sneaks' up, personally, haha. That's pretty much what it means in this sentence. Maybe it was a mess up? 'Steals up on you' doesn't go very well..
Q: What does stealing mean?
A: Robando

Example sentences using "Steal"

Q: Please show me example sentences with steal a glance/look.
A: Thank you!!!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with steal over.
A: どこでこれを聞いた?
Q: Please show me example sentences with steal.
A: 1. Thieves steal jewelry.
2. He steals my heart. = Me enamoré de él.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stole and seek.
A: Stole - took without permission.

Seek - looking for.

He stole a watch.

He will seek revenge.

He broke into her house and stole her television.

She went to the shops seeking a new television.

You posted this question as you seek clarity about the difference between stole and seek.

Synonyms of "Steal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between steal and rob ?
A: They can mean the same thing, but "rob" is used more when you're talking about crimes.

Examples:
-He stole the pencil from my backpack
-She always steals my clothes and wears them

-The house next door was robbed! The police are still looking for the robber.
-The burglar robbed the jewelry store
Q: What is the difference between steal and rob ?
A: The object of 'to rob' is a person or place. The object of 'to steal' is a thing.
robの目的語は人や場所、stealの目的語は物です。robが暴力的な意味が含まれています。
He robbed the bank. 場所
He robbed that old man of all his money. 人
He stole candy from that store. 物
Q: What is the difference between steal and rob ?
A: Rob is more serious. It implies that they stole everything, or a large amount of money. Like robbing a bank, or robbing someone's car. It is always a bad thing to be robbed. The word is more dramatic.

Steal is when you take one thing without permission. It can be a cheap thing, like candy in a store. Or it could be playful like stealing your friend's pencil as a joke.
Q: What is the difference between steal and steel ?
A: steal is a verb meaning to take something that isn't yours and steel is metal, there's no difference in pronunciation
Q: What is the difference between stealing and liberating ?
A: Stealing is basically taking something you don't own and is someone else's property.
Liberating is providing freedom to someone or something, eg - the brave knight liberated the slaves from the kings rule.
Providing freedom in oppression, is liberating.

Translations of "Steal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? steal
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? still and steal
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Still, steal.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “to steal someone’s thunder” what’s mean?
A: it means to prevent someone from having success or getting attention
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? still and steal
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce 'still' and 'steal'.
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