- Chiefly British To disable (a racehorse), specially by drugging.
- Chiefly British To win (a person) over.
- Chiefly British To outdo or get the much better of by devious means.
- Chiefly British To filch or steal.
- Chiefly British To kidnap.
- To injure or impair intently; batter.
- to get impact by corrupt means or intimidation.
- To steal.
- disable by drugging
- deprive of by deceit
- make off with belongings of other people
- eliminate to an undisclosed area against their will and often to be able to draw out a ransom
- To hit; nob.
- for your hands on dishonestly; nab; filch.
- To frustrate; circumvent; get the much better of; outdo.
- To injure; destroy the probability of winning, as by maiming or poisoning: stated of a horse.
- 5. To shingle. See shingle and puddle.
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