Spanish Word for steals  

English Word: steals

Spanish Word: grabs
The Spanish Word for steals
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The bear steals the honey from the bees.
El oso roba la miel de las abejas.

Yet corruption steals so much of what we give to those who need it most.
Aun así, la corrupción desvía gran parte de lo que damos a quienes más lo necesitan.
There are cases where one parent actually steals the child from the other parent.
Existen casos en los que uno de los padres sustrae al niño del otro progenitor.
For every euro that the EU gives, it steals thousands from these countries.
Por cada euro que la UE da a un país, le roba miles.
He is someone in whom I have confidence, in contrast to the head of OLAF, who steals computers and telephone and address books to reveal journalists’ sources.
Es alguien en quien tengo confianza, al contrario que el jefe de OLAF, que roba ordenadores y teléfonos y libretas de direcciones para revelar las fuentes de los periodistas.
We cannot stick to a schedule if someone simply steals the speaking time of others, as you indeed have just done.
No podemos mantener un horario si alguien roba sencillamente el tiempo de otras personas, que es lo que usted ha hecho ahora.
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