Cop and Steal

Cop

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Cop verb – Take by theft.
Steal and cop are semantically related in criminality topic. In some cases you can use "Steal" instead a verb "Cop", when it comes to topics like crimes.
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Steal

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Steal verb – To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Cop and steal are semantically related in crimes topic. Sometimes you can use "Cop" instead a verb "Steal".
Nearby Words: stealing, stealth
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How words are described

normal normal cop normal steal
single single cop single steal
real real cop real steal
former former cop former steal
Other adjectives: last.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Remington Steele The trio arrive at the designated spot, where the cop tries to arrest Laura and Steele; Laura and Steele disarm the cop and steal his police cruiser to get away and resume their pursuit of Descoine.
  • In season 3, Kenneth Dozerman, an undercover cop in Carver's Drug Enforcement Unit, is trying to buy drugs when the dealers he's talking to simply rob him, shoot him, and steal his gun.
    Source: Cop Killer
  • Dirty Cop In "The Heist", an old-timer cop assists the protagonist on a visit to the 70s to catch a criminal before he can steal several precious diamonds.
    Source: Dirty Cop
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