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German-English translation for "stibitzen"


"stibitzen" English translation

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stibitzen {verb}

stibitzen [stibitzte|stibitzt ] {v.t.} [coll.] (also: stehlen, klauen, entwenden, klemmen)

to jack [jacked|jacked] {v.t.} [coll.]

stibitzen [stibitzte|stibitzt ] {v.t.} [coll.]

to abstract [abstracted|abstracted] (steal) {v.t.} [euph.]

stibitzen [stibitzte|stibitzt ] {v.t.} [coll.] (also: abknapsen, anschaffen, einkassieren, kaschen)

to pinch [pinched|pinched] {v.t.} [coll.]

stibitzen [stibitzte|stibitzt ] {v.t.} [coll.] (also: klemmen)

to swipe {v.t.} [coll.]
to snitch {vb} [coll.]
to snarf {vb} [coll.]


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Es will deine Kekse stibitzen.

He wants to get your cookies.

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