英 [ɪm'bez(ə)l; em-]
- embezzle:  Originally, embezzle meant simply ‘steal’: ‘See that no victuals nor no other stuff of the same household be embezzled out’, Household Ordinances 1469. The modern legal sense ‘convert fraudulently’ did not develop until the late 16th century. The word itself comes from Anglo-Norman enbesiler, a compound formed from the intensive prefix en- and the Old French verb besiller, of unknown origin.
- embezzle (v.)
- early 15c., "make away with money or property of another, steal," from Anglo-French enbesiler "to steal, cause to disappear" (c. 1300), from Old French em- (see en- (1)) + besillier "torment, destroy, gouge," which is of unknown origin. Sense of "dispose of fraudulently to one's own use," is first recorded 1580s. Related: Embezzled; embezzling.
- 1. I suppose they embezzle a lot.
- 2. Their surface is rough, quality is inferior, embezzle other brand.
- 它们外观粗糙, 质量低劣, 盗用他人品牌.
- 3. No organization or individual shall intervene, embezzle and divert.
- 任何组织和个人不得干涉 、 截留、挪用.
- 4. The cashier embezzle $ 50, 000 from the bank and run away.
- 银行的出纳盗用了五万元, 并且逃逸.
- 5. She insinuate to us that her partner have embezzle fund.
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