filch (something) from (someone or something)

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filch (something) from (someone or something)

To steal something from someone. Relax, I just filched a little toy from the store—no one will ever know. Hey, quit filching money from Mom—she's going to notice if all of her cash is suddenly gone!
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filch something (from someone/something)

tv. to grab or steal something from someone. Who filched my wallet from me?
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