Complete Definition of "confiscate"

English

Verb
en-verb|confiscat|ing

#transitive To take possession of by force or authority; expropriate.
#:In schools it is common for teachers to confiscate electronic games and other distractions.

Synonyms
appropriate
arrogate
usurp
steal
rob (e.g. "Robbers broke into our house and confiscated our valuables")

Translations

Czech: zabavit
Danish: konfiskere
Esperanto: konfiski
Finnish: takavarikoida
French: confisquer
German: konfiszieren
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Hebrew: ×××ר×× (le'hakhrym)
Italian: confiscare
Spanish: decomisar
Swedish: konfiskera
Telugu: à°à°ªà±à°¤à± à°à±à°¯à± (japtu cEyu)
Urdu: Chean liya jayai Category:Articles which need Arabic script

See also
confiscation

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