- vi. 偷窃；小偷小摸
- vt. 窃；偷窃；小偷小摸
- pilfer:  Originally pilfering was quite a serious matter, roughly what would now be termed plundering, but gradually over the centuries is has become trivialized to ‘stealing small things’. It was to begin with only a noun in English (the verb did not arrive until the 16th century), but its ultimate source was the Anglo- Norman verb pelfrer ‘rob, plunder’. No one is too sure where that came from, although it may be related in some way to the now archaic pelf ‘money’ , which originally meant ‘spoils, booty’.
- pilfer (v.)
- 1540s, from pilfer (n.) "spoils, booty," c. 1400, from Old French pelfre "booty, spoils" (11c.), of unknown origin, possibly related to pelf. Related: Pilfered; pilfering.
- 1. By the reparations of pilfer be 80 % what press risk.
- 2. If because you do not retreat pilfer edition, be, goods may be bothered bigger.
- 3. Wave handkerchief still sells the information of these pilfer fetch.
- 4. Of 80 % pilfer case it is an user medium trojan virus.
- 5. He pilfer from a cash register.
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