- n. 战利品；抢劫；掠夺品
- vt. 抢劫，洗劫；强夺
- vi. 洗劫，掠夺；抢劫
1. t ---> 钩子。
3. tool <===> loot: 抢劫是需要工具的。
- loot (n.)
- "goods taken from an enemy, etc.," 1788, Anglo-Indian, from Hindi lut, from Sanskrit loptram, lotram "booty, stolen property," from PIE *roup-tro-, from root *reup- "to snatch" (see rip (v.)). The verb is first attested 1821, from the noun. Related: Looted; looting.
- 1. It was all the loot taken by soldiers from the captured town.
- 2. There have been reports of youths taking advantage of the general confusion to loot and steal.
- 3. Most criminals steal in order to sell their loot for cash on the black market.
- 4. The thieves quarreled with one another about how to divide the loot.
- 5. It was Arakanese who joined the general scramble for loot.
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