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Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word heist. A robbery or burglary, especially from an institution such as a bank or museum. A heist film: a film whose plot centers around an attempted robbery.How to use "heist" in a sentence?
Heist in a sentence (1) The opening scenes of this fractious heist movie see him at his most acute. (2) There wasn't a heist man or second-storey expert in the neighbourhood who wasn't first-names with Connors. (3) Ryan Tate said the heist represents the seventh time the free paper has been stolen from news racks since November 1996.What is a sentence for Heist?
Sentence with the word heist The bank heist is not the first crime that affected voters Tuesday. The heist is successful, but when it comes to divide the money, the robbers get into a shootout which leaves all of them dead, except one guy who leaves to exact revenge before dying, himself.What does hiest mean?
verb (used with object) to take unlawfully, especially in a robbery or holdup; steal: to heist a million dollars' worth of jewels. to rob or hold up.