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Detailed Translations for plunder from English to French


to plunder verb (plunders, plundered, plundering)

  1. to plunder (loot; 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, )
  2. to plunder (rob; snatch)
    voler; dérober; piller
    • voler verb (vole, voles, volons, volez, )
    • dérober verb (dérobe, dérobes, dérobons, dérobez, )
    • piller verb (pille, pilles, pillons, pillez, )

Conjugations for plunder:

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

Translation Matrix for plunder:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- booty; dirty money; loot; pillage; 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
dérober plunder; rob; snatch cadge; collar; deprive; disentangle; disentwine; expropriate; filch; go thieving; make off with; nick; pilfer; pinch; purloin; remove one's clothes; rob; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; undress; unravel
dévaliser loot; pillage; plunder; raid break in; break into a house; commit burglary; empty; gut; ransack; rob; strip bare
piller loot; pillage; plunder; raid; rob; snatch cadge; cajole; clean out; coax; collar; cuddle; expropriate; filch; fleece; go thieving; loot; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; purloin; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; strip; swipe; take; take away; take someone to the cleaner's; wheedle
voler loot; pillage; plunder; raid; rob; snatch 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; purloin; rob; snap; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; wave
- despoil; foray; loot; pillage; ransack; rape; reave; rifle; sack; spoil; strip; violate
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- extort contributions from; overtax

Related Words for "plunder":

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Synonyms for "plunder":

Related Definitions for "plunder":

  1. goods or money obtained illegally1
  2. destroy and strip of its possession1
  3. steal goods; take as spoils1
  4. plunder (a town) after capture1
  5. take illegally; of intellectual property1
    • This writer plundered from famous authors1

Wiktionary Translations for plunder:

  1. to take all the goods of, by force (as in war) (transitive)
  2. -
  1. instance of plundering
Cross Translation:
plunder plumer plukken — iemand geld afzetten
plunder dérober beroven — iemand met geweld zijn bezit ontnemen
plunder voler rauben — sich etwas unrechtmäßig aneignen