unlawfully take away sth which belongs to sb else
good bargain; easy task
"she got a bargain at the auction"
"the stock was a real buy at that price"
"Someone stole my wallet on the train"
"This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation"
"The ship slipped away in the darkness"
My purse had been stolen while I slept..and I had no money.
出自： A. Davis
Charles had been sent down from university for stealing books.
出自： M. Lane
Then steal away, give little warning.
那就悄悄地走吧,尽量别让人知道。 steal sth ⇔ away
A pickpocket stole away all his money.
Mary stole away your heart.
Would you steal from your own family?
你会从自己家里偷东西吗? steal sth from sth
How much jewellery did the thieves steal from the house?
小偷从这家窃走了多少珠宝? steal sth from sb
He managed to steal a kiss from the girl.
他冷不防吻了那姑娘一下。 steal from sth
The boy stole from the room while they were talking about his punishment.
A smile stole over his face.
误 I had my wallet steal in the bus.
正 I had my wallet stolen in the bus.
析 “have sth+动词的过去分词”表示“某事情由他人来做”; “have sb+不带 to的动词不定式”表示“让他人来做某事”。
误 He stole me.
正 He stole something from me.
误 I was stolen of my bicycle while I was in the shop.
正 My bicycle was stolen while I was in the shop.