Just try and filch this word.
Mnemonic - fill cheese in your pocket and leave. This is to steal (esp a thing of small value)
Word - filch
Meaning - steal (esp a thing of small value)
Part of Speech - verb
Synonyms - embezzle, pilfer, thieve
Antonyms - give, contribute, compensate
1 It is important not to filch content from other websites, internet today has loads of duplicate content which means wastage of energy, resources and time.
2 Bollywood films often filch an idea from another international films without bothering to buy any rights.
3 Edward Snowden has recently revealed that the US agencies filch data from our electronic devices and spy on us.
4 New security measures at the store means it is more difficult to filch items now.
1 It was a scam, the owner was filching funds from his own company and fooling the shareholders.
1 He was seeing her after 20 years, it seemed that hardships in life had filched away her beauty.