Hook and Rip off

Hook

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Hook verb – To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Usage example: the monkey hooked four bananas from the basket and scampered away to enjoy them

Rip off and hook are semantically related. in crimes topic. In some cases you can use "Rip off" instead a verb "Hook".
Nearby Words: hooked, hookup, hooker, hooking, hooky
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Rip off

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Rip off verb – To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Usage example: the thief ripped off some jewelry as soon as no one was looking

Hook and rip off are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Hook" instead a verb "Rip off".
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