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Noun
/ˈräbər/,
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robbers, plural;
  1. A person who commits robbery


  1. a thief who steals from someone by threatening violence
  2. (robbery) larceny by threat of violence
  3. (robbery) looting: plundering during riots or in wartime
  4. The Robber (Der Räuber) is a 2010 drama film directed by Benjamin Heisenberg. The film is based on a novel by the Austrian author Martin Prinz, and was shot on location in Vienna. It was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.
  5. Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take something of value by force or threat of force and/or by putting the victim in fear. ...
  6. (Robbery (film)) Robbery is a 1967 British crime film directed by Peter Yates. The story is a heavily fictionalised version of the 1963 Great Train Robbery.
  7. (Robbery (Teena Marie album)) Robbery is the fifth album by Teena Marie, released in 1983. It is her first album for Epic Records, following her acrimonious departure from Motown the previous year. ...
  8. (The Robbers) The Robbers (Die Räuber) was the first drama by German playwright Friedrich Schiller. The play was published in 1781 and premiered on January 13, 1782 in Mannheim, Germany. ...
  9. (The Robbery) "The Robbery" is the third episode of the first season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. It aired on June 7, 1990. It was written by Matt Goldman, therefore making this the first Seinfeld episode not written by the show's creators: Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David.
  10. A person who robs
  11. (robbery) The act or practice of robbing; The offense of attempting to take the property of another by threat of force
  12. (Robbery) Theft of property while force is used or threatened.
  13. (Robbery) The taking of money or goods in the possession of another, from his or her person or immediate presence, by force or intimidation.
  14. (Robbery) Taking of property from a person by someone who has (1) caused or threatens to cause bodily harm to that person, or (2) committed an obviously unlawful act witnessed by that person.
  15. (The Robbery) Treacherous act of stealing another cast mate’s conquest midattempt. Example: “I think he went to the bathroom or something, and I pulled the robbery on him.” – The Situation
  16. (Robbery) (armed) the taking of some item(s), while a person is being threatened with a weapon (knife, gun, club, etc)
  17. (Robbery) Felonious appropriation of property by means of personal violence. The property does not require to be upon the owner at the time.
  18. (Robbery) Practiced by the Ishmaelites (Gen 16:12), the Chaldeans and Sabeans (Job 1:15, Job 1:17), and the men of Shechem (Jdg 9:25. See also Sa1 27:6; 30; Hos 4:2; Hos 6:9). Robbers infested Judea in our Lord's time (Luk 10:30; Joh 18:40; Act 5:36, Act 5:37; Act 21:38; Co2 11:26). ...
  19. (Robbery) The number of robbery offences recorded by police. A robbery is a theft from a person which is accompanied by violence, or threats of violence. Robbery offences have been included because they are serious offences that tend to be of public interest.
  20. (Robbery) To be robbed suggests you have incured some sort of loss it may also mean you feel somone has claimed yoiur success. Comitting robbery suggest you have a lack of control.Watching a robbery without attemping to prevent it suggest to doubt yourself.
  21. (Robbery) To take goods or money in the presence of the victim by using threats of violence or physical injury.
  22. (Robbery) When a person steals something from someone else using the threat of bodily harm. This term is often confused with burglary.
  23. (Robbery) When you steal another guido's girl from him.
  24. (Robbery) coverage provides protection in the event of loss of property due to robbery in which you or your employees are forced to relinquish goods, or where a safe is burglarized and a similar loss results.
  25. (Robbery) the act of stealing a friend’s perspective mate for the evening