English - Vietnamese Dictionary
burglar /'bə:glə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- kẻ trộm đêm; kẻ trộm bẻ khoá, kẻ trộm đào ngạch
+a thief who enters a building with intent to steal
Advanced English Dictionary
housebreaker, thief, robber; sneak-thief, cat burglar, US second-story or second-storey man:
The burglars, remarkably, didn't take the most valuable paintings.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
a person who enters a building illegally in order to steal: Burglars broke into the gallery and stole dozens of priceless paintings. - STEAL
professional | cat
(= a burglar who climbs up the outside of buildings)
VERB + BURGLAR
(informal) Police are hunting burglars who stole property worth £3,500.
BURGLAR + VERB
The burglar had broken in through a window.
| steal sth | strike
Burglars had already struck twice that week in their road.
BURGLAR + NOUN
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