Vertalingen en voorbeelden
expand_more Die zijn zo belangrijk voor een volk dat sluipenderwijs van zijn identiteit beroofd wordt.
Ze hebben hen vast verteld dat hij een drankwinkel beroofd heeft.
Duizenden, meest zwarte landarbeiders, worden eveneens beroofd van hun baan en verjaagd uit hun huizen.
Voorbeeldzinnen voor "robbed" in het Nederlands
Deze zinnen komen van externe bronnen en zijn misschien niet nauwkeurig. Bab.la is niet verantwoordelijk voor deze inhoud.
EnglishOne night, he drank a little too much, and he robbed a cab driver -- stole 50 dollars.
EnglishWe must not forget that Communism robbed these young people of language opportunities.
EnglishThey are so important for a people that has been robbed of its identity by stealth.
EnglishWe cannot allow those who have been robbed then to be punished too.
EnglishThey are now being robbed of everything and people are given weapons instead.
EnglishThe Democratic Republic of Congo has been exploited, looted and robbed.
EnglishThe women of Afghanistan have been robbed of their voice.
EnglishThousands, mostly black agricultural labourers, are also robbed of their jobs and driven from their houses.
EnglishProbably told them he robbed a liquor store.
EnglishThe occupation has also robbed us of freedom.’
EnglishHe robbed him at gunpoint. ~~~ It was a toy gun.
EnglishYou have robbed the people of Europe of their freedom, their independence, their jobs, their currency and their democracy.
EnglishHank was right in the middle of this very touching apology...... when I discovered that my warehouse was being robbed.
EnglishHe robbed every ounce of hope from my being.
EnglishIn the midst of the crisis the pig industry was robbed in one night of 40 % of its slaughter capacity and curing capacity.
EnglishThey are exposed to the heaviest physical burdens from an early age, thus being robbed of a carefree childhood.
EnglishThey couldn't have robbed any banks!
EnglishYou robbed a dead man.
EnglishDo you feel robbed?
EnglishEurope will not, however, be made any stronger by the Balkan countries being robbed of their prospects of accession or seeing them deferred to the distant future.