robarías you would steal
The word robarías is the conditional form of robar in the second person singular. See the full robar conjugation.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to take unlawfully)
a. to steal
Lo han pillado robando un coche.He has been caught stealing a car.
b. to rob
Nos robaron en la calle.We were robbed in the street.
2. (to capture)
a. to abduct
Robaron a muchas niñas en el colegio.Many girls were abducted from the school.
b. to kidnap
Robaron al bebé de los brazos de su madre.The baby was kidnapped from his mother's arms.
3. (to take a card)
a. to draw
Tienes que robarle cartas a tu oponente.You have to draw cards from your opponent.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (to enter without permission)
a. to break into
Robaron en mi apartamento la semana pasada pero no llevaron nada.My apartment was broken into last week but nothing was taken.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (objeto)
a. to steal
2. (casa)
a. to burgle
me han robado la motomy motorbike's been stolen
robar a alguiento rob somebody
robar el corazón a alguiento steal somebody's heart
la contabilidad me roba mucho tiempodoing the accounts takes up a lot of my time
3. (en naipes)
a. to draw
4. (cobrar caro)
a. to rob
en esa tienda te robanthe prices in that shop are daylight robbery
5. (encuentro)
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
nos robaron el partidowe were robbed
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transitive verb
1 [+objeto, dinero] to steal; [+banco] to rob
¡nos han robado! we've been robbed!; robar algo a algn to steal sth from sb; les robaba dinero a sus compañeros de clase he was stealing money from his classmates; me han robado la cartera my wallet has been stolen; Ana le ha robado el novio Ana has stolen her boyfriend; el defensa le robó el balón the defender stole the ball off him; no quiero robarle su tiempo I don't want to take up your time; tuve que robarle horas al sueño para acabar el trabajo I had to work into the night to finish the job; robarle el corazón a algn to steal sb's heart
2 [+atención] to steal; capture; [+paciencia] to exhaust; [+tranquilidad] to destroy; take away; [+vida] to take; steal
3 (estafar) to cheat; rob
en ese negocio te han robado you've been cheated o robbed in that deal
4 [+naipes] to take; draw
roba una carta de la baraja take o draw a card from the deck
5 [+río, corriente] to carry away
6 (raptar) to kidnap; abduct
intransitive verb
1 (sisar) to steal
lo cogieron robando he was caught stealing; no robarás (Biblia) thou shalt not steal; entraron a robar en mi casa they broke into my house
2 (Naipes) to take a card; draw a card
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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