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Definition of boost

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Other terms relating to 'to steal':

Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: a five pound note.
Definitions include: to rob.
Definitions include: to date a girl and have sex with her, then do the same with her sister.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: to show disrespect towards someone or when someone steals something from you.
Definitions include: To steal
Definitions include: to take all of a person's money.
Definitions include: (v) 1) to steal.
Definitions include: to give someone a bad bargain.
Definitions include: to acquire discretely.
Definitions include: steal.
Definitions include: to arrest.
Definitions include: to take all of a person's money.
Definitions include: a lower-quality version of something.

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Other terms relating to 'boost':

Definitions include: Used to indicate that something has to be done fast, immediately.
Definitions include: to beat someone up.

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