shoplift

Shoplift vs Embezzler - What's the difference?

shoplift | embezzler |


As nouns the difference between shoplift and embezzler

is that shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter while embezzler is one who steals money they have been trusted with, especially from one's employer; one who embezzles.

As a verb shoplift

is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

Robber vs Shoplift - What's the difference?

robber | shoplift |


As nouns the difference between robber and shoplift

is that robber is a person who robs while shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter.

As a verb shoplift is

to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

Shoplift vs Thief - What's the difference?

shoplift | thief |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between shoplift and thief

is that shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter while thief is (obsolete) a waster in the snuff of a candle.

As nouns the difference between shoplift and thief

is that shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter while thief is one who has carried out a theft.

As a verb shoplift

is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

Filch vs Shoplift - What's the difference?

filch | shoplift |


In lang=en terms the difference between filch and shoplift

is that filch is to steal, to illegally take possession of while shoplift is to steal from shops / stores during trading hours.

As verbs the difference between filch and shoplift

is that filch is to steal, to illegally take possession of while shoplift is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

As a noun shoplift is

(obsolete) a shoplifter.

Lift vs Shoplift - What's the difference?

lift | shoplift |


As nouns the difference between lift and shoplift

is that lift is lift; elevator (mechanical device for vertically transporting goods or people) while shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter.

As a verb shoplift is

to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

Shoplift vs Antishoplifting - What's the difference?

shoplift | antishoplifting |


As a noun shoplift

is (obsolete) a shoplifter.

As a verb shoplift

is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

As an adjective antishoplifting is

that serves to counter shoplifting.

Shoplifting vs Shoplift - What's the difference?

shoplifting | shoplift | Derived terms |

Shoplifting is a derived term of shoplift.


As nouns the difference between shoplifting and shoplift

is that shoplifting is (uncountable) the action of stealing goods from a shop; the action of the verb shoplift while shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter.

As verbs the difference between shoplifting and shoplift

is that shoplifting is (shoplift) while shoplift is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

Steal vs Shoplift - What's the difference?

steal | shoplift |


As verbs the difference between steal and shoplift

is that steal is while shoplift is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

As a noun shoplift is

(obsolete) a shoplifter.

Shoplifter vs Shoplift - What's the difference?

shoplifter | shoplift | Related terms |

Shoplift is a related term of shoplifter.


As nouns the difference between shoplifter and shoplift

is that shoplifter is a person who shoplifts, one who steals from shops while shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter.

As a verb shoplift is

to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours.

Shoplift vs Pocket - What's the difference?

shoplift | pocket |


As nouns the difference between shoplift and pocket

is that shoplift is (obsolete) a shoplifter while pocket is a bag stitched to an item of clothing, used for carrying small items.

As verbs the difference between shoplift and pocket

is that shoplift is to steal something from a shop / store during trading hours while pocket is to put (something) into a pocket.

As a adjective pocket is

of a size suitable for putting into a pocket.