You say "snatch" when you grab SOMETHING and you say "seize" when SOMEBODY is grabbed. for example: He snatched those crisps. She seized him. "Steal" and "shoplift" have the same meaning but "shoplifting" is used especially to express stealing FROM a shop, and we use "steal" to everything else. for example: He stole a car. She shoplifted some apples.😃😃 And "confiscate" means when somebody takes something away from you😄
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