loot definition

  • noun:
    • Valuables pillaged in time of war; spoils.
    • Stolen products.
    • Informal Goods illicitly received, as by bribery.
    • Informal Things of worth, such as for instance gift ideas, obtained using one celebration.
    • Slang Money.
    • plunder, booty, particularly from a ransacked town.
    • (US) any reward or revenue obtained free of charge, specifically Christmas time provides
    • Things dropped from defeated opponents in video gaming and online flash games.
    • The act of plundering.
    • Plunder; booty; specially, the booty drawn in a conquered or sacked city.
    • Anything taken or obtained by dishonesty.
    • Valuable items.
    • Cash.
    • Booty; plunder, specifically eg is consumed war.
    • casual terms for the money
    • items or cash gotten illegally
  • verb-transitive:
    • To pillage; spoil.
    • To take because spoils; steal.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to take part in pillaging.
  • verb:
    • to steal, specially within war, riot or other group physical violence.
    • to examine the corpse of a fallen opponent for loot.
    • To plunder; to hold down as plunder or a prize lawfully obtained by war.
    • take illegally; of intellectual home
    • take items; take since spoils
  • others:
    • To plunder, as a home or a city which has been taken by storm; pillage; sack; ransack searching for plunder; additionally, to seize and carry off as plunder.
    • To engage in pillage; take booty.

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