embezzle


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embezzle

verb appropriate fraudulently, appropriate to one's own use, avertere, commit larceny, defalcate, divert to one's own use, filch, intercipere, misapply, misappropriate, misappropriate funds, missppropriate intrusted funds, misuse, pilfer, purloin, swindle, take by fraud, take feloniously, thieve
Associated concepts: convert
See also: bilk, cheat, convert, defalcate, defraud, impropriate, loot, misappropriate, mulct, peculate, pilfer, purloin, steal
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He abused his post to gain access to the electronic system of the station and tampered with the revenue figures and thus managed to embezzle Dh31,500.
who used to work for the showroom] forged the e-receipts on a computer and used those forged documents to embezzle the money.
According to papers filed by the Saccuccis in connection with their sentencing, Irene Saccucci began to embezzle sums of money from the payroll account in order to pay household expenses.
Dubai: A female employee at the Emirates Post Holding Group has admitted that she forged receipts to embezzle around Dh100,000 that she needed to help her sick father in the Philippines.
Weatherbee, 47, of Acton, formerly the President and Business Representative of Local 40, were sentenced to confinement terms for conspiracy to embezzle $68,961.
The consultant added that even though the defendant was not entitled to log in to the warehouse's electronic records, he was doing so to embezzle without leaving evidence by erasing records.
2, 1992, a federal prosecutor told Judge Woodlock that Rodrigues used three different means to embezzle from the bank and its customers.