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  *偷* | 偷* | *偷
to steal / to pilfer / to snatch / thief / stealthily
HSK 5
stealthily / secretly / covertly / furtively / on the sly
to take a picture of a person without permission or without their knowledge
to goof off / to be lazy
to dump illegally
to mount a sneak attack / to raid
to peep / to peek / to act as voyeur
to carry on a clandestine love affair
to peep / to peek / to steal a glance
to eat on the sly / to pilfer food / to be unfaithful
tax evasion
surreptitious / sneaky
to steal
to substitute on the sly
to laugh up one's sleeve
to steal / to pilfer
to skimp on the job and stint on materials (idiom) / jerry-building / sloppy work
to steal / to abstract / to appropriate
illegal immigration / to stowaway (on a ship) / to steal across the international border / to run a blockade
to cheat on one's spouse / to have an affair
smuggled illegal alien / stowaway
to eavesdrop / to monitor (secretly)
lit. to steal a rafter and replace it with a column / to replace the original with a fake / to perpetrate a fraud (idiom)
to engage in fraudulent activities (idiom) / skulduggery / to hoodwink people / to cheat sb audaciously
(of a woman) to take a lover
to live without purpose
voyeur / peeping tom
to imitate the dog and steal chicken (idiom) / to pilfer / to dally with women / to have affairs
to poach
poacher
to smuggle
to snatch a moment of leisure / to take a break from work / also written 偷閒|偷闲
to snatch a moment of leisure / to take a break from work
to take a furtive look at
to skimp on the job / to avoid work
lit. stolen scent, pilfered jade (idiom); philandering / secret illicit sex
to take some time out / to make use of a spare moment
lit. to try to steal a chicken only to end up losing the rice used to lure it (idiom) / fig. to try to gain an advantage only to end up worse off / to go for wool and come back shorn
to steal / to make off with / stolen
(of a woman) to take a lover
to evade (taxes)
to shirk responsibility / thoughtless pleasure-seeking
to skive off work / to be lazy


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