robaste
-you stole
The word robaste is the preterite form of robar in the second person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation.
See the full robar conjugation

robar

Si robaste el banco en Turley, ¿dónde está el dinero?
If you took the bank in Turley, where's the money?
Mejor desde que me robaste un buen par de botas.
Better since you swiped me a decent pair of boots.
Y tu hermana se ganó el dinero que le robaste.
And your sister earned the money you stole from her.
Estaba entre los papeles que robaste de su coche, ¿recuerdas?
It was in the papers you stole from his car, remember?
Si no eres un ladrón, entonces por qué robaste
If you're not a thief, then why did you steal
Y luego tú robaste algo de nosotros, lo escondiste.
And then you stole something from us, hid it away.
Vas a pagar por la vida que me robaste, Sid.
You're gonna pay for the life you stole from me, Sid.
Pero el dinero que robaste es nuestro y lo queremos.
But the money you stole is ours, and we want it.
Sé de tu familia y el dinero que robaste.
I know about your family and the money you took.
Y cuando robaste la cámara incluso fuiste a la cárcel.
And when you stole the camera you even went to jail.
Bueno, no les diré lo de la grapadora que robaste.
Well, I won't tell them about the stapler you stole.
Dice que robaste a una viuda con tres hijos.
It says, you stole from a widow and three children.
Por favor dime que no robaste el banco ayer.
Please tell me you didn't rob the bank yesterday.
Me dijo que le robaste dinero a su amiga.
She told me that you stole money from her friend.
Bueno, entonces vas a darme el doble de lo que robaste.
Well, then you gonna give me double what you stole.
Me robaste de mi hogar y de mi familia.
You stole me from my home and from my family.
He estado pensando en mis ancestros desde que robaste el relicario.
I've been thinking on my ancestors since you stole the reliquary.
Me robaste a mi chica, y realmente necesitaba una chica.
You stole my girl, and I really need a girl.
Así que solo robaste su dinero y el auto, eso es.
So you just stole their money and their car, that's it.
El dinero que robaste, eso es todo lo que queremos.
The money you stole. That is all we want.
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