1. To take (the property of another) without right or permission.
2. To get or effect surreptitiously or artfully:
steal a kiss; stole the ball from an opponent.
3. To move, carry, or place surreptitiously.
4. To draw attention unexpectedly in (an entertainment), especially by being the outstanding performer:
The magician's assistant stole the show with her comic antics.
5. Baseball To advance safely to (another base) during the delivery of a pitch, without the aid of a base hit, walk, passed ball, or wild pitch.
【棒球】 偷垒：在一次投球后，没有击球员、游击手、传球手或外野手的帮助而安全跑入（另一垒 ）
6. To commit theft.
7. To move, happen, or elapse stealthily or unobtrusively.
8. Baseball To steal a base.
9. The act of stealing.
10. Slang A bargain.
11. To use, appropriate, or preempt the use of another's idea, especially to one's own advantage and without consent by the originator.
12. Middle English stelen
13. from Old English stelan
源自 古英语 stelan
14. These verbs mean to take another's property wrongfully, often surreptitiously.
15. Steal is the most general:
stole a car;
stealing a few moments for relaxation;
research that was stolen by a colleague. To purloin is to make off with something, often in a breach of trust:
被同事窃取的研究。 Purloin 指拿走某物，常指违背信任：
purloined the key to his safe-deposit box.
16. Filch and snitch often suggest that what is stolen is of little value, while pilfer sometimes connotes theft of or in small quantities:
Filch 和snitch 常表示被偷的东西不值钱， 而pilfer 有时表示少量的盗窃：
filched an ashtray from the restaurant;
snitch a handkerchief;
strawberries pilfered from the farmer.
17. Cop, hook, and swipe frequently connote quick, furtive snatching or seizing:
Cop，hook 和swipe 多指快速的、偷偷地抓或攫取：
copped a necklace from the counter;
planning to hook a fur coat;
swiped a magazine from the doctor's waiting room. To lift is to pick or take something up surreptitiously and keep it for oneself:
从医生候诊室拿走一本杂志。 Lift 指偷取某物归为己有：
The pickpocket lifted my wallet.
18. Pinch suggests stealing something by or as if by squeezing it between the thumb and the fingers:
went into the study and pinched a dollar bill.