Detailed Translations for loot from English to Spanish


loot [the ~] noun

  1. the loot (booty; catch)
    la captura; el botín
  2. the loot (swag)
    la pasta

to loot verb (loots, looted, looting)

  1. to loot
  2. to loot (plunder; pillage; raid)

Conjugations for loot:

  1. loot
  2. loot
  3. loots
  4. loot
  5. loot
  6. loot
simple past
  1. looted
  2. looted
  3. looted
  4. looted
  5. looted
  6. looted
present perfect
  1. have looted
  2. have looted
  3. has looted
  4. have looted
  5. have looted
  6. have looted
past continuous
  1. was looting
  2. were looting
  3. was looting
  4. were looting
  5. were looting
  6. were looting
  1. shall loot
  2. will loot
  3. will loot
  4. shall loot
  5. will loot
  6. will loot
continuous present
  1. am looting
  2. are looting
  3. is looting
  4. are looting
  5. are looting
  6. are looting
  1. be looted
  2. be looted
  3. be looted
  4. be looted
  5. be looted
  6. be looted
  1. loot!
  2. let's loot!
  3. looted
  4. looting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for loot:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
botín booty; catch; loot prey; prey animal
captura booty; catch; loot catch; confinement; imprisonment; interception; prey; prey animal; trap
pasta loot; swag cash; dumplings; funds; gruel; money; noodles; pap; pasta; paste; penny; porridge; pulp; wood pulp
quitar amputating; amputation; deprivation; removing; taking
robar stems
saquear dragging; lugging; searching; searching for
- boodle; booty; bread; cabbage; clams; dinero; dirty money; dough; gelt; kale; lettuce; lolly; lucre; moolah; pillage; plunder; prise; prize; swag
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
desvalijar loot; pillage; plunder; raid
pillar loot; pillage; plunder; raid catch; clasp; clutch; empty; grabble; grasp; grip; gut; plunder; ransack; rob; seize; snatch; sneak up on; strip bare; take unaware; tattle; twig
quitar loot; pillage; plunder; raid chisel off; clean; clear; clear out; cut away; cut off; deprive; empty; evacuate; get down; give a good cleaning; lift out; plunder; pull down; pull out; release; remove; rid of; rob; snatch; steal; take down from; take out; trim away; undo; unpick; wash; wipe off
robar loot; pillage; plunder; raid cadge; cajole; coax; collar; cuddle; decline; deprive; expropriate; filch; go thieving; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; plunder; purloin; regress; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; waining; wheedle
saquear loot; pillage; plunder; raid deprive; empty; gut; ransack; steal; strip bare
- despoil; foray; pillage; plunder; ransack; reave; rifle; strip

Related Words for "loot":

  • looting, loots

Synonyms for "loot":

Related Definitions for "loot":

  1. goods or money obtained illegally1
  2. informal terms for money1
  3. steal goods; take as spoils1
    • During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners1
  4. take illegally; of intellectual property1

Wiktionary Translations for loot:

  1. the proceeds of theft, robbery etc., swag, contraband
  1. -

Cross Translation:
loot botín Beute — durch Diebstahl, Raub oder Plünderung angeeignete Güter
loot pelas; pasta; agüita; pisto; plata; burata Koksohne Plural; salopp scherzhaft: (bares) Geld (das jemandem verfügbar ist)
loot pelas; pasta; agüita; plata; pisto; burata MoosDeutschland; salopp: Geld
loot pasta; plata; agüita; pisto; burata Pinke — (umgangssprachlich) Geld; Goldmünzen
loot botín buit — goederen gewonnen door diefstaf of verovering
loot adquisición; ganancia; botín butin — Ce que l’on prendre sur les ennemis.
loot embelesar; encantar; fascinar; robar; pillar ravirenlever de force, emporter avec violence.