Detailed Translations for loot from English to French


loot [the ~] noun

  1. the loot (booty; catch)
    le butin; la proie
  2. the loot (swag)
    le barbotage

to loot verb (loots, looted, looting)

  1. to loot
    piller; vider
    • piller verb (pille, pilles, pillons, pillez, )
    • vider verb (vide, vides, vidons, videz, )
  2. to loot (plunder; pillage; raid)
    piller; dévaliser; voler; dépouiller
    • piller verb (pille, pilles, pillons, pillez, )
    • dévaliser verb (dévalise, dévalises, dévalisons, dévalisez, )
    • voler verb (vole, voles, volons, volez, )
    • dépouiller verb (dépouille, dépouilles, dépouillons, dépouillez, )

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
barbotage loot; swag bungling; drudgery; messing; muddling; toil; toiling
butin booty; catch; loot
proie booty; catch; loot
- boodle; booty; bread; cabbage; clams; dinero; dirty money; dough; gelt; kale; lettuce; lolly; lucre; moolah; pillage; plunder; prise; prize; swag
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dépouiller loot; pillage; plunder; raid bone; break in; break into a house; commit burglary; flay; poach; remove one's clothes; rob; shake out; skin; undress
dévaliser loot; pillage; plunder; raid break in; break into a house; commit burglary; empty; gut; ransack; rob; strip bare
piller loot; pillage; plunder; raid cadge; cajole; clean out; coax; collar; cuddle; expropriate; filch; fleece; go thieving; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; plunder; purloin; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; strip; swipe; take; take away; take someone to the cleaner's; wheedle
vider loot burn up; cast out; clean out; clear; clear out; consume; drain; drink; drink up; dump out; effuse; empty; empty out; finish; gut; make empty; pour; pour out; pump dry; pump out; ransack; remove; remove what is inside; sprinkle; strip bare; take out; throw out; unload; use up
voler loot; pillage; plunder; raid blow; cadge; collar; deprive; expropriate; filch; flap; float; flutter; fly; fly a machine; fly about; fly an aeroplane; go thieving; hover; make off with; navigate; nick; pilfer; pinch; plunder; purloin; rob; snap; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; wave
- 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
  2. money
  1. -
Cross Translation:
loot proie; butin Beute — durch Diebstahl, Raub oder Plünderung angeeignete Güter
loot blé; braise; flouse; flouze; galette; fric; grisbi; jonc; oseille; pépètes; pèze; picaillon; pognon; thune; tune; bacon; cennes; bidous; grain; foin; moyen; moton; motton; piastres; palette; tomate Koksohne Plural; salopp scherzhaft: (bares) Geld (das jemandem verfügbar ist)
loot galette; blé; fric; flouse; braise; flouze; jonc; grisbi; pognon; picaillon; pèze; pépètes; oseille; tune; thune; grain; foin; bidous; cennes; bacon; motton; palette; moyen; moton; tomate; piastres Matte — (umgangssprachlich) Geld
loot braise; flouze; blé; fric; flouse; oseille; grisbi; jonc; galette; picaillon; pognon; pèze; tune; pépètes; thune; cennes; bacon; moton; bidous; motton; grain; foin; palette; moyen; tomate; piastres MoosDeutschland; salopp: Geld
loot blé; braise; flouze; flouse; fric; jonc; galette; grisbi; oseille; pépètes; pèze; thune; picaillon; pognon; tune; bacon; foin; moton; motton; grain; moyen; tomate; palette Pinke — (umgangssprachlich) Geld; Goldmünzen
loot blé; flouse; braise; flouze; fric; galette; grisbi; jonc; oseille; pèze; pépètes; picaillon; pognon; thune; tune; bacon; cennes; bidous; foin; motton; grain; moyen; moton; palette; piastres; tomate Schickermooslandschaftlich, salopp: (Kleingeld)Geld, das jemand (heimlich) beiseite bringt, um es in einer Gaststätte auszugeben
loot butin buit — goederen gewonnen door diefstaf of verovering