Definition of Grand theft

1. Noun. Larceny of property having a value greater than some amount (the amount varies by locale).

Exact synonyms: Grand Larceny
Generic synonyms: Larceny, Stealing, Theft, Thievery, Thieving
Antonyms: Petit Larceny



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grand Theft

grand mean
grand mercy
grand mufti
grand opera
grand piano
grand pianos
grand prince
grand prior
grand prize
grand rounds
grand salami
grand slam
grand slams
grand staff
grand staves
grand theft (current term)
grand theft auto
grand theory
grand total
grand tour
grand unification theory
granda
grandad
grandaddies
grandaddy
grandads
grandam
grandame
grandames
grandams

Literary usage of Grand theft

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Dedicated Computer Crime Units by J. Thomas McEwen (1988)
"... Burglary Harmful Access to a Computer Criminal Mischief grand theft Unauthorized Access to a Computer Theft of Services Theft of Credit Card Information ..."

2. Preventing Gang & Drug Related Witness Intimidation by Peter Finn (1996)
"grand theft, as defined in Section 487, when the value of the money, labor, ... grand theft of any vehicle, trailer, or vessel, as described in Section ..."

3. The Second Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment: Proceedings by Yusuf Pisan, SIGART. (2005)
"In order to demonstrate how this works we use the example of the popular game grand theft Auto: San Andreas [22]. One of the central values of the game ..."

4. Data Resources of the National Institute of Justice (1993) edited by Michael J. Russell (1999)
"The focus was on felony offenses, including the FBI Index crimes of homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, grand theft, and motor vehicle ..."

5. How to Investigate Financial Exploitation of the Elderly: A Training Manual by Joseph B. Roubicek (1993)
"(2)(a) If the property stolen is valued at $100000 or more, the offender is guilty of grand theft in the first degree, punishable as a felony of the first ..."

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