Peculate

• (v. i.) To appropriate to one`s own use the property of the public; to steal public moneys intrusted to one`s care; to embezzle.
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Peculate

Pec'u·late intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Peculated ; present participle & verbal noun Peculating .] [ Latin peculatus , past participle of peculari to peculate, akin to peculium private property. S...
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peculate

appropriate fraudulently for one's own use
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peculate

peculate 1. To steal or to take dishonestly (money, especially public funds, or property entrusted to one's care); embezzle; literally, 'to make public property private'. 2. To steal; to embezzle public money; to appropriate as private property, literally from, 'property in cattle'.
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