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Study the word list: Crime, verbs

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abuse
To abuse someone is to treat them in a cruel or inhumane way.
bribe
To bribe someone is to make illegal payments to them in exchange for favors or influence.
burgle
To burgle is to enter and rob a dwelling.
forge
To forge something is to make a copy of it with the intent to deceive someone.
kidnap
To kidnap someone is to take them away to an undisclosed location against their will.
mug
To mug someone is to rob them using the threat of violence.
rebel
To rebel is to break established rules or customs.
rob
To rob is to take something away by force or without the consent of the owner.
slander
To slander someone is to attach their reputation.
smuggle
To smuggle is to import or export without paying customs duties.
steal
To steal is to take something without the owner's consent.
trespass
To trespass is to enter another's property without right or permission.

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